Posted on 19 April 2012
Wales and the Welsh in the Middle Ages published by the University of Wales Press
Interested members of the press and public are invited to attend the launch of Wales and the Welsh in the Middle Ages, a new title published by the University of Wales Press.
The launch event will begin at 4pm on April 20 at the Department of History and Welsh History in Aberystwyth University.
The book, edited by Ralph Griffiths and Phillip Schofield, presents the latest research on important aspects of Wales’s history – political, social, economic and legal − from the ninth to the 16th century.
It is written by some of Britain’s leading medieval historians and is dedicated to J. Beverley Smith, biographer of Prince Llywelyn ap Gruffudd and one of Wales’s most distinguished scholars.
Ralph Griffiths is Emeritus Professor of Medieval History at Swansea University, while Phillipp Schofield is Professor of Medieval History at Aberystwyth University.
Please send your RSVPs to firstname.lastname@example.org or alternatively call 01970 622662
December 2011 - Wales and the Welsh in the Middle Ages, Edited by R.A. Griffiths & P.R. Schofield £65 | HB | 9780708324462| 234x156 mm | 288pp
For more information on the University of Wales Press visit or to place an order: www.uwp.co.uk
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