The Gwent County History, Volume 3

The Making of Monmouthshire, 1536-1780

Golygydd(ion) Ralph A. Griffiths, Prys Morgan, Madeleine Gray

Iaith: Saesneg

Dosbarthiad(au): Welsh Interest,History

Cyfres: Gwent County History

  • Chwefror 2009 · 320 tudalen ·246x189mm

  • · Clawr Caled - 9780708321980

Am y llyfr

Y drydedd gyfrol yn y gyfres Gwent County History. Mae'n delio'n drylwyr â'r cyfnod modern cynnar, o gyfnod creu sir Fynwy gan y Deddf Uno yn 1536 hyd at ddechreuadau diwydiannaeth tua diwedd y ddeunawfed ganrif.

Dyfyniadau

'This volume is an important addition to the growing canon of Welsh historic literature and a precious pearl in the book list of the University of Wales Press - all for the cost of a good shirt.' The Western Mail 'The people of Gwent have been well served both by the high quality and the impressive speed of production of the successive volumes of their county history under the inspired general editorship of Ralph A. Griffiths. The volume is exquisitely produced, edited throughout to the highest standards, and contains many marvelous pictures and photographs, together with relevant maps and tables which are genuinely helpful and complimentary to the text. The publication of the first three volumes in this series reflects the vision and ambition of the Gwent County History Association and University of Wales Press.' J. Graham Jones, Planet, Oct 2009

Cyflwyno'r Awdur(on)

Awdur(on):

Mae Ralph A. Griffiths yn Athro Emeritws ym Mhrifysgol Abertawe.

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Awdur(on):

Prys Morgan, D.Phil. FRHistS, FSA, FLSW, DL, is the son of T. J. Morgan, and is Emeritus Professor of History at Swansea University. Among his books are The Eighteenth Century Renaissance and Iolo Morganwg, A Bible for Wales and The University of Wales 1939–1993. A member of many Welsh public bodies, such as the Welsh Arts Council and Cadw, he has been President of the Honourable Society of Cymmrodorion since 2006, and is a founding fellow of the Learned Society of Wales.

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Awdur(on):

Madeleine Gray is Professor Emerita of Ecclesiastical History at the University of South Wales.

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