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Thomas Matthews’ Welsh Records in Paris

A Study in Selected Welsh Medieval Records

In 1910 Thomas Matthews published a collection of several Welsh documents held in the Archives Nationales in France. Covering such figures as Llewelyn Fawr, the Bishop of Menevia, and Owain Glyndŵr, these documents provide an important window into medieval Welsh history. With this volume, the editors have reproduced Matthews’s edition and have supplemented it with essays that provide introductions to the original work and its author, consider the documents from a contemporary perspective, revise Matthews’s original evaluation, and take note of recent developments in the scholarship relating to this field.

192 pages | 8 halftones | 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 | © 2010

Medieval Studies

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Table of Contents

List of Illustrations
An Introduction to Thomas Matthews: The Man in his Time
    Dylan Rees
Thomas Matthews the Historian
    J. Gwynfor Jones
Appendix: List of Thomas Matthews’s Published and Unpublished Works

Welsh Records in Paris, 1910 by Thomas Matthews

Annex: Facsimiles of plates II, III and IV

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