Showing the major tribes of Celtic Wales at the time of the Roman invasion of Britain in 43AD.
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This assembly of Parliament in 1653 consisted of 140 'godly men' selected by Cromwell and the Council of Officers
It was named for one of its members, 'Praisegod Barbon'
The Parliament was too divided by sectarian religious views, and was disbanded after 5 months
20 October, 1714
George I crowned king
George, who spoke no English, had only entered the country for the first time a month earlier
This queen escaped from Oxford Castle by walking through enemy lines in the middle of the night
The year was 1142
She was beseiged by King Stephen