History of Wales (page 6/7)

[picture: Remains of the Cloisters of Margam Abbey]

Plate 53.—Remains of the Cloisters of Margam Abbey, Glamorganshire.

Drawn by H Gastineau, engraved by H. W. Bond. [more...]


[picture: 62.---Chepstow from the bridge.]

62.—Chepstow from the bridge.

An engraving of Chepstow castle from (I think) the bridge over the River Wye. [more...]


[picture: Chepstow Castle, 4:3 cropped version]

Chepstow Castle, 4:3 cropped version

This is a detail from the Chepstow From the Bridge engraving, sized suitably for a background. [more...]


[picture: Plate 63.---Flint Castle]

Plate 63.—Flint Castle

Drawn by H. Gastineau; engraved by S. Lacey.
Sadly, there’s quite a bit less of the castle left today. It was started in 1277 by King Edward I. Flint is spelled “Y Fflint” in Welsh. [more...]


[picture: Entrance to Beaumaris Castle]

Plate 65.—Entrance to Beaumaris Castle.

Drawn by H. Gastineau, Engraved by F. R. Hay.
There’s another picture of Beaumaris Castle in Old England. The castle was started in 1295 at the order of King Edward I, after the revolt in 1294/5 led by Madog ap Llywelyn. [more...]


[picture: Plate 72.---Caernarvon Castle]

Plate 72.—Caernarvon Castle

The Eagle Tower, Caernarvon (also spelt Caernarfon or Carnarfon). [more...]


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