Conquest, co-existence and change

recent work in Roman Wales
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St. David"s University College , Lampeter, Dyfed
Romans -- Wales, Excavations (Archaeology) -- Wales, Wales -- Antiqu
Statementedited by Barry C. Burnham and Jeffrey L. Davies
SeriesTrivium -- 25, 1990, Trivium (Lampeter, Wales) -- no. 25, 1990
ContributionsBurnham, Barry C, Davies, Jeffrey L
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 202 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14657319M
ISBN 100905285271

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The first section of the book deals with 'Native Wales and the Norman threat, II I72' and the second with 'The Transformation of Welsh Society, IIOO-I35o'.

These are followed by 'The Age of Consolidation, III', 'Conquest and Settlement, Co-existence and change book, and 'Post-Conquest Wales, I3I7-I'; the whole is summed up in a short epilogue. Conquest, Coexistence and Change in Wales – By R. Davies. (The History of Wales, 2.) Pp.

xvi + incl. 13 maps and 6 diagrams.

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Part IV Conquest and Settlement – Chapter 13 Conquest; Chapter 14 Settlement; Part V Post-Conquest Wales – Chapter 15 Foreign Lordship and Native Community; Chapter 16 Peace, Coexistence, and Change in Fourteenth-Century Wales; Chapter 17 Tension and Revolt, –; Epilogue; END MATTER.This is a very readable and enjoyable book spanning from the Norman Conquest through the great Llewellyn's to the last nearly successful princely rising of Glyn Dŵr ("Glendower" if you must Anglicize).

It wasn't just because I was already familiar with the period. The author attempted to cover all aspects of Welsh society, not just the great /5.This classic study examines the period when Wales struggled to retain its independence and identity in the face of Anglo-Norman conquest and subsequent English rule.

Professor Davies explores the nature of power and conflict within native Welsh society as well as the transformation of Wales.