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The name Powys is thought to have derived from the Latin 'Pagus' which translates as 'the countryside' and 'Pagenses' meaning 'dwellers in the countryside'. The region was organised into a Roman province with its capital of Viroconium Conoviorum which is modern Wroxeter

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