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Evidence of a Bronze Age boat building community, including three 100 feet (30 m) long channels adjoining the site of a now-vanished lake, was discovered in September 2013, during archaeological investigations by the Monmouth Archaeological Society of the Parc Glyndwr housing development site, immediately north-west of the town.
Oak timbers had been "skillfully" cut with stone or flint axes to form stilts, of posts and poles, which "probably" rested on three parallel fully-grown tree 'sleeper beams', up to 3 feet 3 inches (1 m) wide, laid horizontally on the lakebed.
In 1536, it became the county town of Monmouthshire.
Monmouth later became a tourist centre at the heart of the Wye Valley, as well as a market town.
It is situated where the River Monnow meets the River Wye, within 2 miles (3.2 km) of the border with England.
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Excavations undertaken by the Monmouth Archaeological Society on sites along Monnow Street have uncovered a wealth of information about the early history of the town.
Indeed, the Council for British Archaeology have designated Monmouth as one of the top ten towns in Britain for archaeology.
Its medieval stone gated bridge is the only one of its type remaining in Britain.