A map showing the major kingdoms of Wales in the period 500-700 AD.
Post Roman Wales
Early Christianity in Wales
The Age of Saints (500-650AD)
Wales 550 - 800
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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'
30 September, 1399
Henry IV declares himself king of England
Henry takes the throne after deposing Richard II. The actual coronation takes place on 13 October, and Richard is killed, probably by Henry's order, the next year.
This king's frst wife was earlier married to his brother, Arthur
He was the second Tudor monarch
He had 5 more wives