Further Reading

Articles, booklets and leaflets available from the Abbey Cwmhir Trust

Articles:

  • Davies, J.H. 2000. Llanrhymny Hall - Chronology of the story of Llanrhymny Hall and Llywelyn - for the National Eisteddfod of Wales, Newport 2000.
  • Davies, J.H. 2000. Llanrhymny Hall - History of Llanrhymney Hall

Booklets and Leaflets:

  • Davies, J.H. [ed.] Accident or Assassination? - The written record
  • Davies, J.H. Darganfod y fro - Cerrig Abaty’r Cwm Hir
  • Davies, J.H. Abbey Cwmhir Heritage Trust - Trail of Stone
  • Davies, J.H. Abbey Cwmhir in Radnorshire - History of the Abbey
  • Davies, J.H. Abaty Cwmhir yn Sir Faesyfed - Hanes yr Abaty
  • Edwards, A. Self drive tour - Places in central Wales connected with the death of Llywelyn ap Gruffudd, prince of Wales 1256-1282.
  • Edwards, A. Darganfod y fro - Lleolau yng Nghanolbarth Cymru cysylltiedig gyda marwolaeth Llywelyn ap Gruffudd, tywysog Cymru 1256-1282

Published sources

  • Bartlett, W.B. 2003. The Taming of the Dragon, Edward I and the Conquest of Wales, pps. 228.
  • Bridgeman, Rev. Hon. G.T.O. 1876. History of the Princes of Soth Wales, Thomas Birch. Wigan, pps. 307
  • Carr, A.D. 1982. LLywelyn ap Gruffydd. Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru/University of Wales Press. pps. 84.
  • Davies, D.J. [ed.] 1956. The Prince Llywelyn Memorial at Cefn-y-bedd. Brycheiniog, vol. II, pp.153-168
  • Davies, J. 1994. A History of Wales, Penguin, pps. 718.
  • Davies, J. 1990. Hanes Cymru, Allen Lane, The Penguin Press, London, pps. 710.
  • Davies, R.R. 1991. The Age of Conquest - Wales 1063-1415. Oxford University Press. pps. 530.
  • Edwards, A. 1987. Marwolaeth Llywelyn ap Gruffudd - Y Gwirionedd
  • Edwards, A. 1988. Ghosts on the Fairway - The army that vanished
  • Edwards, A. 1992. Appointment in Aberedw - The death of Llywelyn ap Gruffudd Prince of Wales.
  • Edwards, A. 1998. Letters from a Peacemaker - The intervention of Archbishop JohnPeckham in the Welsh war of 1282
  • Edwards, A. c2000. The Massacre at Aberedw
  • Edwards, H.T. 1983. Coffau Llywelyn - 1856-1956, Gomer, Llandysul. pps. 43
  • Evans, G. 1974. Land of My Fathers, John Penry Press, Swansea, pps. 465.
  • Griffiths, R.A. 1994. Conquerors and the Conquered in Medieval Wales, Alan Stutton Publishing, Stroud, pps. 374.
  • Jones, T. 1982. Llywelyn ein Llyw Olaf - Ein Gyfnod a’i Fywyd. Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru, Caerdydd, pps. 71.
  • Lloyd, Sir. J.E. 1935. A History of Carmarthenshire Vol. I. From Prehistoric Times to the Act of Union (1536), William Lewis (Printers) Ltd., pps. 374.
  • Lloyd. Sir J.E. 1911. A History of Wales From the Earliest Times to the Edwardian Conquest, Vol. II. Longmans, Green and Co.. London, pps. 816.
  • Maund, K. 2000. The Welsh kings. Tempus. pps.160
  • Maud, R. 1982. David, The Last Prince of Wales - the ten ‘lost’ months of Welsh history.
  • Miles, J. 1969. Princes and People. Gomerian Press, Llandysul. pps. 186.
  • Moore, D. 2005. The Welsh Wars of Independence, c. 410- c. 1415, Tempus, pps. 287.
  • Morris, J.E. 1901. The Welsh Wars of king Edward the first, Clarendon Press, Oxford, pps. 327
  • Price, T. (Carnhiawnawc). 1836 Hanes Cymru pps. 726
  • Prys-Jones, A.G. 1959. The Story of Carmarthenshire, Vol I. Christopher Davies, Llandybie, pps. 250.
  • Rhoscomyl, O. 1905 - Flamebearers of Welsh History. Caerdydd. pps. 296.
  • Smith, J. Beverley Smith. 1986. Llywelyn ap Gruffudd, Tywysog Cymru. Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru, Caerdydd, tud. 460.
  • Smith, J. Beverley Smith. 1998. Llywelyn ap Gruffudd, Prince of Wales. University of Wales Press, Cardiff, pps. 664.
  • Stephenson, D. 1983. The last prince of Wales. Barracuda Books Limited, Buckingham, pps. 88.
  • Thomas, J.D.H. 1956. Llywelyn y Llyw Olaf. Brycheiniog, vol. 2, pp. 143-148
  • Twigg, A. ? Llywelyn ein Llyw Olaf - Llywelyn the Last Prince, Gomer, Llandysu. pps. 24.
  • Warner, P. 1977. Famous Welsh Battles, Fontana. pps. 156
  • Warrington, Rev. W. 1805. Cambria Triumphs, or, Britain in its Perfect Lustre; showing The Origin and Antiquity of that Illustrious Nation, being a Complete History of Wales, in nine books with an Appendix. W. Bayners, London; Messrs Eddowes, Chester; and J. Painter, Wrexham. pps. 628.
  • Williams, A.H. ? An Introduction to the History of Wales, Vol II, Part I, 1063-1284, University of Wales Press, Cardiff, 201.
  • Williams, T.D. 1970. The last Welsh prince LLywelyn ap Gruffydd - statesman, patriot, and warrior prince. Gwasg Gomer, Llandysul. pps. 47
  • Woodward, B.B. 1853. The History of Wales, from the Earliest Times, to its final incorporation with the Kingdom of England. Virtue and Co. London and New York. pps. 608.