June 1, 2012 by

The Brothers Gwynedd

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Once there were three brothers:  Owain, Llywelyn, and Dafydd …

For more information about Llywelyn ap Gruffydd and his rule of Wales, as well as the difficulties posed by the Norman encroachments, see:

11 December 1282

Arwystli

The Battle of the Menai Straits

Betrayal in the Belfry of Bangor

Biography of Llywelyn ap Gruffydd

Cymerau

Dafydd ap Gruffydd

Dafydd ap Llywelyn, Prince of Wales (d. 1246)

The Death of Llywelyn ap Gruffydd

Eleanor (Elinor) de Montfort

Family Tree of the Royal House of Wales

Gwynedd after 1282

Historiography of the Welsh Conquest

King Edward I of England

Medieval Planned Communities

Memo to Llywelyn ap Gruffydd’s Staff

The Rising of 1256

Senana, Mother of Llywelyn ap Gruffydd

Simon de Montfort

The Statute of Wales (Rhuddlan)

Surprise Holy Day Attack!

Things Fall Apart

Welsh Heraldry

Welsh Independence

Welsh Independence (again)

2 Responses to The Brothers Gwynedd

  1. Alan Bowley

    Thankyou Sarah, after just reading the “After Cilmeri sereies ” I decided to take a look at your web page and see you are right there at the moment[the correct moment in time].Enjoyed the vids and the very informative info,thanks for taking the time to write all that history etc,you must be very busy but look to be having a great time.You should take a trip on the Welsh Highland Railway, it starts at Caenarvon and travels through Snowdonia to Port Madog,one of the worlds best rail trips…many thanks ,loved the books AB

    • Sarah Post author

      I’m so glad you commented and that you love the books! It does seem we are pretty busy but we are having a great time …

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