Patterns of Power in Early Wales

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Oxford University Press, Incorporated, 1990 - History - 103 pages
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Power in Wales in the early middle ages was inextricably tied to political authority. This book analyzes the nature of that power and its relationships, both in theory and in practice. Confronting challenging questions relating to definitions and consequences of military control, alien settlement, land ownership, and political domination, Davies analyzes the impact and nature of English, Irish, and Viking contacts with the Welsh, and assesses their significance for the long-term development of Wales.

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Contents

Practice
32
eleventh centuries
43
Vikings
48
Copyright

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Davies is of the University College of London.

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