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Welsh History Review

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Vol. 15, nos. 1-4 1990-91

Articles relating to the history of Wales published mainly in 1989 : Welsh history before 1660 /

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ARTICLES RELATING TO THE
HISTORY OF WALES
PUBLISHED MAINLY IN 1989
I. WELSH HISTORY BEFORE 1660
Recent finds of Dark Age pottery at St. David's Church, Caldey, and
Margam Deer Park are described by E. Campbell in Archaeologia
Cambrensis, CXXXVIII, 59-66.
E. Campbell discusses a blue glass squat jar of Anglo-Saxon noble origin,
discovered at Dinas Powys, as evidence of the exporting of such vessels to
western Britain, in Bull. Board of Celtic Studies. XXXVI, 239-45.
The tenth-century royal crannog at Llangorse, thought to be a residence of
the kings of Brycheiniog, is described by E. Campbell and A. Lane, in
Antiquity, LXIII, 675-81.
The career of Urban, the first bishop of Llandaff, 1107-34, is the subject
of an article by D. Crouch in Journal of Welsh Ecclesiastical Hist., VI, 1-15.
D. Crouch prints the text, with analysis and commentary, of a charter of
Cadell ap Gruffudd of Deheubarth to the monks of Totnes Priory, in Bull.
Board of Celtic Studies, XXXVI, 125-31.
R. F. Walker discusses Henry II's charter to the town of Pembroke, giving
the text with translation, in Bull. Board of Celtic Studies, XXXVI, 132-46.
P. Latimer analysis Henry II's campaign of 1165 against the Welsh, and
the vigour of Welsh resistance, with an appendix on the levy for the army,
ante, XIV, 523-52.
The reasons for, and results of, Gerald of Wales's itinerary through Wales
in 1188 are discussed by H. Pryce in Journal of Welsh Ecclesiastical Hist.,
VI, 17-34.
E. D. Evans analyses the evidence for the existence of a borough of Bere,
in Journal Merioneth Hist. and Rec. Soc., X, 4, 290-97.
P. Courtney describes excavations which took place in the outer precinct
of Tintern Abbey between 1970 and 1980, in Medieval Archaeology,
XXXIII, 99-143.
Using evidence from the bardic grammars, A. T. E. Matonis considers the
role of the poet in medieval Welsh culture, in Bull. Board of Celtic Studies,
XXXVI, 1-12.
A. D. Carr discusses the work of Llywarch ap Llywelyn, 'Prydydd y
Moch', in relation to other evidence for the history of Gwynedd in the late
twelfth and early thirteenth centuries, in Trans. Hon. Soc. Cymmrodorion,
1989, pp. 161-80 (in Welsh).
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