Ceredigion Historical Society
Cardiganshire County History Vol 2. Medieval and Early Modern Cardiganshire

Cardiganshire County History Vol 2 – Medieval and Early Modern Cardiganshire

Cardiganshire County History Vol 2 Medieval and Early Modern Cardiganshire
Cardiganshire County History Vol 2 Medieval and Early Modern Cardiganshire

Published by the CEREDIGION HISTORICAL SOCIETY in association with The Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales by the University of Wales Press.

Publication date: October 2019.
ISBN: 9781786834522
Format: Hardback, 285x225mm, 512 pages
Language: English

The completed history will consist of three scholarly volumes designed to present the history of the ancient county from the beginning to the present day. Volume 1: “From the Earliest Times to the Coming of the Normans”, edited by J.L. Davies and D.P. Kirkby and Volume 3: “Cardiganshire in Modern Times”, edited by Professor Ieuan Gwynedd Jones and Professor Geraint H. Jenkins.

Contents

  • The Medieval Landscapes of Cardiganshire – David Austin & Jemma Bezant
  • Agriculture – Gerald Morgan
  • The Castles of Cardiganshire – D. T. Cathcart-King, Jack Spurgeon & David Browne
  • Medieval Dwellings and their Successors – Richard Suggett
  • The Medieval Church – John Reuben Davies
  • The Cistercian Houses – David Williams
  • Princes, Lords and English Monarchy: Ceredigion 1081–1197 – J. Beverley Smith
  • Lords of Ceredigion, Princes of Gwynedd and Kings of England 1197–1283 – J. Beverley Smith
  • Crown and County: An Age of Transformation and Crisis, 1283–1400 – Ralph A. Griffiths
  • Crown and County: An Age of Turmoil and Opportunity, 1400–1540 – Ralph A. Griffiths
  • The Growth of Gentry Estates – Gerald Morgan
  • Cardiganshire and the State 1540–1689 – Stephen Roberts
  • Cardiganshire in the Era of the Reformation – John Morgan-Guy
  • Education and society in early modern Cardiganshire – W. P. Griffith
  • ‘Croywiaith Ceredigion’: the Welsh language and its literature c.1060–c.1730 – Dylan Foster Evans

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