Welsh Banquet at Cardiff Castle

Welsh Banquet at Cardiff Castle

Bricks covered the walls and ceiling–if indeed you could call the arch overhead a ceiling. They weren’t the symmetrical rectangular bricks I was used to, rather these bricks were thick and thin, long and short, pock-marked and smooth. These bricks were around six-hundred-years-old!

Conwy Medieval Walled Town & Castle in Wales

Conwy Medieval Walled Town & Castle in Wales

It was the first day of the new year, 1295, and King Edward I of England feared all might be lost. Madog ap Llywelyn, who some dared to call Prince Madoc, was leading the Welsh against him. The rebels had already occupied four of Edward’s castles: Caernarfon,...
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