And so I came back to Gwent as to Avalon; there to heal me of my grievous wounds.
The first part of the campaign of Evesham was carried out in Gwent.
For I have certain friends—very few of them—still living in Gwent and on its borders who have not heard the summons.
The poem is an invocation to summer, to shed its blessings over the country of Gwent.
Gwent, the appellation of the district in Wales inhabited by the Silures, comprised the diocese of Landav.
They are noble old places, even though they are noble in a humble way; there are no Haddon Halls in Gwent.
William de Braose began his public career by calling the princes of Gwent to a conference at Abergavenny, and massacring them.
But, as an instance of the fellowship and brotherhood that there was in the land of Gwent in the old days, here is a true story.
Southwards we look over hills of coal and iron to the pleasant sea-fringed plain of Gwent.
The people of Gwent (Monmouth and Glamorgan) were reckoned the best archers.