"Written in 1559 but never published, this was the first document to attempt to provide a history in English of the lives and acts of the kings and princes of Wales from Cadwaladr to Llywelyn ap Gruffudd, the last native Welsh prince. This edition is based on the Llanstephan manuscript at the National Library of Wales and reproduces that original document as closely as possible."
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