Welsh history and its sources
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7.3 Tudor Wales

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Image 1: Katheryn of Berain – the Llewesog Portrait. (Source: National Museum of Wales.)

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Image 2: Tombs of the gentry family of the Mansels of Margam, in Margam Abbey Church. (Source: Glamorgan Archive Serviced)

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Image 3: Sir John Wynn of Gwydir. (Engraving by Robert Vaughan.) (Source: National Museum of Wales.)

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Image 4: Beaupré Castle, home of the Basset family of Beaupré (or Bewper). (Source: National Monuments Record for Wales.)

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Image 5: The type of house favoured by south Wales yeomen during the ‘great rebuilding’. (Source: Cambridge University Press.)

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Image 6: The type of house commonly favoured in the Severn valley during the ‘great rebuilding’. (Source: Cambridge University Press.)

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Image 7: Reaping scene from Holinshed’s Chronicles, 1577. (Source: BBC Hulton Picture Library.)

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Image 8: Aerial photograph New Radnor, 1967. (Source: University of Cambridge, Committee for Aerial Photography.)

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Image 9: The title page of Yny Lhyvyr Hwnn (Source: National Library of Wales.)

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Image 10: Bishop William Morgan. (Source: National Library of Wales.)

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Image 11: The title page of the Bible, 1588. (Source: National Library of Wales.)

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Image 12: Sir Henry Sidney in 1573. (Artist unknown.) (Source: National Portrait Gallery.)

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Image 13: Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, c.1575. (Artist unknown). (Source: National Portrait Gallery.)

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Image 14: Henry Herbert, second Earl of Pembroke (c. 1534–1601). (Artist unknown). (Source: National Museum of Wales.)

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