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Caeo is the name of a small town in Carmarthenshire. It is also known as Caio.
It is located at the confluence of the Afon Annell and the Nant Frena.
The parish church of St Cynwyl now at the centre of the village, lies near the Roman road that linked the forts at Llandovery (Alabum) and Llanio (Bremia), and the Roman gold mines at Dolaucothi. The Roman road remained in use until the late 18th-century, mainly as a cattle-road.
A pounding-stone long known as Carreg Pumsaint and a possible holy well are located nearby.
Llywelyn ap Gruffydd Fychan was a landowner in the town.
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