Welsh history and its sources
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Welsh history and its sources

6.3 Tudor Wales

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Resource 1: Main physical features of Wales

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Resource 2: Humphrey Lhuyd’s map of Wales 1573. (Source: National Library of Wales.)

From: Tudor Wales

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Resource 3: Map of Pembrokeshire by George Owen of Henllys. (Source: National Library of Wales.)

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Resource 4: Purchasing power of wages 1450–1499

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Resource 5: John Speed’s map of Caernarfon, 1611. (Source: National Library of Wales.)

From: Tudor Wales

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Resource 6: Index of Prices of Basket of Consumables 1400–1700

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Resource 7: Baptisms and Burials in Conway, 1541–1640

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Resource 8: Density of population in Wales c.1550

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Resource 9: Map of Barry Manor in 1622 by Evans Mouse, based on original in Glamorgan Record Office. (Source: H.J. Evans.)

From: Tudor Wales

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Resource 10: New Radnor in the early seventeenth century; map published in John Speed’s Theatre of the Empire of Great Britain, 1611

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Resource 11: Main Welsh towns, c.1550

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Resource 12: Welsh Monastic houses

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Resource 13: Independent Wales in the early thirteenth century

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Resource 14: Wales in the reign of Henry VII

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Resource 15: The Shires of Wales after the Acts of Union

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

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