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* Digital Atlas of Roman and Medieval Civilizations

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* "Owain Glyndwr's Fight for Wales" by Alan Klehr and Winsoar Churchill
"Prince Owain Glyndwr led a successful people's rebellion against England's iron-fisted rule in the early 15th century and arguably became the most famous and highly reguarded figure in Welsh history." April/May 2001 issue of British Heritage.

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* Owain Glyndwr, last King of Wales: patriot, opportunist, pragmatist...?
"Owain Glyndwr - patriot, opportunist, pragmatist? Through an extensive time-line of events and involved people and places, we explore the Welsh rebellion of which Glyndwr was a catalyst. Our time-line charts the rebellion from its inception, through battles won and the stirrings of Welsh nationhood, to its eventual decline and Glyndwr's disappearance into the mists of time."

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* Princess Gwenllian Society, The
"The Society was founded to commemorate Gwenllian, the daughter of Llywelyn the last ruling Prince of Wales ("Llywelyn The Last"). After Llywelyn's death, the whole of Wales came under the control of King Edward I of England. Edward ordered Gwenllian, a 1-year old baby, to be placed in an English convent for fear she might have children who would try to restore Welsh independence. There she remained until her death 53 years later." The site contains a brief history of the princess as well as information about her memorial in Wales.
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* Uniting the Kingdoms: 1066-1603
"This exhibition looks at how the governments and people of England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales, and of England's French territories, interacted in politics, warfare, religion, trade and everyday life. We hope it will give you insights into the events and forces that influenced ideas of identity, loyalty and nationhood." There are articles, maps, images, glossary terms, further readings and much more.

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