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 under the English crown. An account of the last major revolt under Owain Glyn Dwr forms the culmination of this excellent work.
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Currently Chairman of the Modern History Faculty, University of Oxford, and a former President of the Royal Historical Society, R. R. Davies is Chichele Professor of Medieval History at All Souls College, Oxford.
"Fulfills every expectation. It is deeply researched and lucidly written....Not the least of the strengths of Davies's book is that he also places medieval Wales firmly within the context of British and Irish history and of European history in general. For that reason alone, Davies's book deserves the attention of all specialists in medieval history. For those who are interested specifically in medieval Wales, this book is a work of the first rank."--American Historical Review
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