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CITIES:

North Wales:  
Betws-y-coed P0223  
Dolgellau P0634  
Farndon P0331  
Gresford P0464  
Llanfaes P0202  
Llanrwst P0552  
Llantysilio P0224  
Llanuwchllyn P0443  
Northop P0419  
     

Marches:    
Abergavenny P0078 P0224  
Carew Cheriton P0547    
Carmarthen P0620    
Cheriton P0535    
Manorbier P0648    
St Athan P0020 P0434  
St Davids P0458 P0461  
Upton P0572    
       
 
North Wales:

P0331, 1342

P0224, 1325

P0464, 1331

P0634, 1347
 

P0223, 1365

P0419, 1370?

P0443, 1379?

P0552, 1388
 

P0202, 1382
 
 
Marches:

P0648, 1324

P0547, 1324?

P0535, 1350?

P0620, 1350?
 

P0434, 1327

P0020, 1351
 

P0078, 1348

P0244, 1347
 

P0572,
1362

P0458, 1370?

P0461, 1370?
 

P0659, 1409
 
 

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всю территорию Уэльса можно разделить на независимый Уэльс (Pura Wallia) и приграничный Уэльс (Welsh Marches, Marchia Wallie - lands ruled by the Marcher barons), неточно определенная область вдоль и вокруг границы между Англией и Уэльсом

Hundreds of small castles were built in the border area in the 12th and 13th centuries, predominantly by Norman lords
The Marcher lords encouraged immigration from all the Norman-Angevin realms
Peasants came to Wales in large numbers: Henry I encouraged Bretons, Flemings, Normans, and English settlers to move into the south of Wales
The Norman lords each had similar rights to the Welsh princes

независимое положение Earldom of Chester (county palatinate) и культурной близостью к Уэльсу объясняется тем, что до 602 года эта область входила в состав владений Gwynedd
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In a rare show of common interest it appears Gwynedd and neighbouring Powys acted in concert to rebuff the Anglican advance but were defeated at the Battle of Chester in 613. Following this catastrophe the approximate borders of northern Wales were set with the city of Caerlleon (now called Chester) and the surrounding Cheshire Plain falling under the control of the Anglo-Saxons
In early times Gwynedd (or Venedotia) may have been ruled from Chester. After the Battle of Chester in 613 when the city fell to the Anglo-Saxons

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The strategic location of the Earldom of Chester; the only county palatine on the Welsh Marches
Because of the historically close links with the land bordering Cheshire to the west, which became modern Wales, there is a history of interaction between Cheshire and North Wales

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The native inhabitants of medieval Wales were descended from the Celtic Britons, whom the Anglo-Saxons had driven out of the island's fertile midlands (the term "Welsh" was the Anglo-Saxon word for "foreigner"). In the 8th century the Anglo-Saxons established the traditional Anglo-Welsh border by erecting King Offa's Dyke, an earthwork barrier running from the coast near to Prestatyn in the north to the Bristol Channel in the south. While Offa's Dyke marked the end of Anglo-Saxon annexation of Welsh territory, the status quo was shattered in the 11th century by the arrival of the Normans, who conquered a border zone in Wales known as the Marches (from a French word meaning "frontier"). Norman warlords known as Marcher lords oversaw the conquered lands and prevented incursions by outsiders. Over time, a hybrid society developed in this frontier area as Welsh, Anglo-Saxon and Norman peoples and cultures mixed together. Until Edward's invasion in 1277, the country remained divided between Marcher Wales and native Wales.

очень близок к уэльским костюмам P0331, 1342 (Farndon, Cheshire)
это объясняется пограничным расположением этой деревни
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It is located on the banks of the River Dee, south of Chester, and close to the border with Wales
Up to the 14th century, Farndon also included the chapelry of Holt in Denbighshire, Wales
Farndon is very close to the border between England and Wales (the actual border is on the bridge which crosses the river Dee and which separates Farndon and the village of Holt.) Consequently, Farndon has a Welsh name: Rhedynfre. The village was an important place historically and has been a site of conflict and cultural exchange since the Angles settled the area in the 8th century. The border moved numerous times during the following centuries, placing Farndon alternately in Wales and England.

поэтому этот памятник можно отнести к региону Уэльс

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