Welsh history and its sources
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Welsh history and its sources

7.2 Edward I and Wales

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Image 1: Idealized sculpture of Llywelyn ap Gruffudd in Cardiff City Hall. (Source: Cardiff City Council.)

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Image 2: Littere Wallie. (Source: Public Record Office.)

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Image 3: Caernarfon Castle. (Source: Cadw: Welsh Historic Monuments. Crown Copyright.)

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Image 4: The Theodosian Wall of Constantinople. (Source Cadw: Welsh Historic Monuments. Crown Copyright.)

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Image 5: Payments to building workers at Caernarfon Castle, 1316–17. (Source: Public Record Office.)

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Image 6: Thirteenth-century sculpture believed to be the head of the youthful Edward I. (Source: Dean and Chapter of Westminster.)

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Image 7: Rhuddlan Castle. (Source: Cadw: Welsh Historic Monuments. Crown Copyright.)

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Image 8: An early twentieth-century representation of Gerald of Wales. (Source: Cardiff City Council.)

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Image 9: Bangor Cathedral. (Source: National Monuments Record for Wales.)

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Image 10: Valle Crucis. (Source: National Monuments Record for Wales.)

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Image 11: Brut y Tywysogyon or The Chronicle of the Princes. (Source: National Library of Wales.)

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Image 12: Illustration from the Anian Pontifical, Bangor. (Source: Dean and Chapter of Bangor Cathedral.)

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Image 13: Harlech Castle. (Source: Welsh Historic Monuments Crown Copyright.)

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