Postgraduate/Faculty Undergraduate Brian Carter Christopher Whittick Huw Pryce Lesley Boatwright Llywelyn ab Iorwerth 1230 Wales J. J. Crump 2000-10 This web site is intended to serve as an illustration for the transcription and analysis of PRO SC1/11/58 which was published in Historical Research in June 2000.<br/><br/>By making high resolution images and the transcription of the document available on-line, I hope to provide interested historians and paleographers an opportunity to shed additional light on the problematic or obscured passages of this very interesting letter. If you do discover errors, or can illuminate any part of the letter, please do contact me.<br/><br/>This letter offers insights into a number of very obscure aspects of Welsh and English history. It illuminates the troubled and complex relationship between the English crown, marcher barons, and the principalities of Wales; it bears upon the status and role of noble women in medieval Britain; it illustrates the fundamental role that kinship relations played in thirteenth century politics and the importance of the institution of fosterage; and it raises interesting questions about the role of diplomatic correspondence in medieval governance. My hope is that this site can provide a starting point for a continuing discussion of these and related topics. english latin The CARRIE Project J.J. Crump, &quot;Repercussions of the Execution of William de Braose: a Letter from Llywelyn ab Iorwerth to Stephen de Segrave&quot;, Historical Research, vol. 73, no. 181, June 2000, pp.197-212 The research that this site represents is my own and I retain the rights to it. I hereby grant to any and all, license to use any part of it so long as it is for NON-commercial purposes and is explicitly cited. The photographs of PRO SC1/11/58 appear here by permission of the Public Record Office and are subject to Crown Copyright. PRO SC1/11/58 PRO Manuscript SC1/11/58: A Letter from Llywelyn ab Iorwerth Image Primary source Research-related Secondary source Text Document http://www.ku.edu/carrie/ms_room/jjcrump/frontpg.html PRO Manuscript SC1/11/58: A Letter from Llywelyn ab Iorwerth Image A: Scan of an 8x10 inch black and white photograph of SC1/11/58 taken under ultraviolet light jpeg image, 686k http://www.ku.edu/carrie/ms_room/jjcrump/imagea.html SC1/11/58, image A Image B: A higher contrast version of SC1/11/58 Image A. jpeg image, 545k http://www.ku.edu/carrie/ms_room/jjcrump/imageb.html SC1/11/58, image B Image C: Scan of an 8x10 inch black and white photograph of SC1/11/58 taken under full spectrum light. jpeg image, 714k http://www.ku.edu/carrie/ms_room/jjcrump/imagec.html SC1/11/58, image C Huw Pryce Due to the condition of and errors in the original, no real translation is possible. This is a close paraphrase of the text of SC1/11/58. http://www.ku.edu/carrie/ms_room/jjcrump/translation.html Paraphrase of SC1/11/58 J. J. Crump A transcription of the text of the manuscript SC1/11/58. http://www.ku.edu/carrie/ms_room/jjcrump/trnscrpt.html Transcript of SC1/11/58 The Center for Advanced Research Technology in the Arts and Humanities is a DXARTS research center that serves faculty, staff and students across the College of Art and Sciences at the University of Washington. It is a project-based research lab, providing unique resources for artists and scholars engaged in technology-based work. The Center for Advanced Research Technology in the Arts and Humanities http://www.washington.edu/cartah/ CARTAH