Welsh history and its sources
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Welsh history and its sources

6.2 Edward I and Wales

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Resource 1: Principal physical features of Wales

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Resource 2: Wales in 1267

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Resource 3: Wales in 1277

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Resource 4: Wales in 1284

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Resource 5: Edward I's Campaign 1276–77

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Resource 6: Edward I's Campaign 1282–83

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Resource 7: Edwardian castles in Wales

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Resource 8: Plan of Conwy Castle

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Resource 9: Caernarfon Castle and town

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Resource 10: The impressment of men for the King's works in Wales, 1282–3 (see also Resource 11)

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Resource 11: The impressment of men for the King's works in Wales, 1282–3 (see also Resource 10)

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Use the link below to download all the maps and diagrams from Edward I and Wales as a collection.

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