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 profligate poet and preacher rose to become dean of St Paul's Cathedral
His poetry ranged from love poems to metaphysical themes
One of his famous poems is 'No man is an island'
25 November, 1120
Prince William, son of Henry I, dies in the sinking of the White Ship off Harfleur
Henry's daughter Matilda (Queen Maud) becomes his heir
This monarch led his army to triumph at the Battle of Agincourt in 1415
His father was Henry IV
He was followed to the throne by Henry VI