A map showing the major Roman forts and roads in Wales.
The Roman Invasion of Wales
Early Roman Wales (c70AD - 200AD)
Late Roman Wales (c200 - 400AD)
Post Roman Wales
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This diarist's shorthand writings were first deciphered in 1819, over a century after his death
He served as a naval administrator
His account of the Great Fire of London is one of our best contemporay sources of the event
25 June, 1360
Henry Yevele named master mason of Westminster
Yevele, one of the most important medieval architects, rebuilt the Clock Tower and Jewel Tower of the Palace of Westminster
This corpulent monarch's nickname before taking the throne was 'Prinny'
His father was George III
He ruled between 1820-1830