Ffynonellau ar gyfer Uned 7
In the year of Our Lord one thousand two hundred and eighty three, on St Cyril’s day, the community of the men of the cantref of Llyn being assembled at Llanerfyl before the lord Anian, by divine mercy bishop of Bangor, [it was agreed] by the unanimous and express consent of the aforesaid community, in order that the ﬁrm, faithful, stable and secure peace of the lord king and his kingdom should be maintained in the future, [that] six of the more honest, noble and trustworthy men from the aforesaid cantref, whose names are represented by the afﬁxing of their seals [and] by whom the aforesaid peace may be more securely maintained, should by these presents bind themselves to the lord king or his heirs for the payment of two thousand pounds by way of security for the faithful observance of the said peace ...
(Bond of 9 July 1283, J.H. Edwards (ed.) Littere Wallie, preserved in Liber A in the Public Record Ofﬁce, 1940, pp. 154–5)
Lawrlwythiadau yn perthyn i’r ddogfen hon