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Bibliographical sources

A Descriptive Account of the Devil's Bridge, Harford, Strata Florida Abbey, and Other Scenery in That District of Cardiganshire (7th edn; Gloucester, 1811)

A Descriptive Catalogue of the Manuscripts in the Library of Lambeth Palace, ed. M. R. James (Cambridge, 1932)

A descriptive catalogue of the Penrice and Margam abbey manuscripts in the possession of Miss Talbot of Margam, 6 vols, ed. Walter de Gray Birch and Emily Talbot (Privately printed: London, 1893-1905)

A Handlist of the Latin Writers of Great Britain and Ireland before 1540, Publications of the Journal of Medieval Latin, 1, ed. Richard Sharpe (Brepols: Turnhout, 1997)

'A papal bull of privileges to the abbey of Ystrad Fflur', National Library of Wales Journal, 4, ed. J. C. Davies (1946), pp. 197-203

'A Register of the Churches of the Monastery of St Peter's Gloucester', in An Ecclesiastical Miscellany; Pub. Of the Bristol and Glos Arch. Soc., Records Section, 11, ed. David Walker, William J. Sheils, John Henry Somerset Kent (1976), pp. 3-61

Abbey Cwmhir, Radnorshire (View website)

'Abbeys of Great Britain: Valle Crucis', The Builder, 77 (1899), pp. 13-15

'Accounts of the rectory of Cardiff and other possessions of the abbey at Tewkesbury in Glamorgan, for the year 1449-50', Publications, South Wales & Monmouth Record Society, 2, ed. William Rees (1950), pp. 127-186

Acts of Welsh Rulers 1120-1283, ed. Huw Pryce (University of Wales: Cardiff, 2005)

Aerial photograph of Bardsey Island (View website)

Aerial photograph of Caldy Old Priory and St Mary's Priory (View website)

Aerial photograph of Cwmhir Abbey (View website)

Aerial photograph of Ewenny Priory (View website)

Aerial photograph of Ewenny Priory (1999) (View website)

Aerial photograph of Haverfordwest Priory, 1997 (View website)

Aerial photograph of Llanthony Prima (View website)

Aerial photograph of Margam Abbey (View website)

Aerial photograph of Neath Abbey Mansion, 1997 (View website)

Aerial photograph of Puffin Island (View website)

Aerial photograph of St Dogmael's Abbey (View website)

Aerial photograph of St John's Cathedral Brecon (former priory) (View website)

Aerial photograph of St Mary's Abbey, Bardsey (View website)

Aerial photograph of Strata Florida (View website)

Aerial photograph of Whitland Abbey (View website)

Annales Cambriae (AD 444-1288), Rolls Series, 20, ed. J. Williams ab Ithel (London, 1860)

Annales Cambriae: A Translation of Harleian 3859; PRO E.164/1; Cottonian Domitian, A 1; Exeter Cathedral Library MS. 3514 and MS Exchequer DB Neath, PRO E, ed. Paul Martin Remfry (SCS Publishing : Malvern, 2007)

'Annales Marganenses', in Historiae Anglicanae Scriptores Quinque II ed. T. Gale (Oxford, 1687), pp. 1-19

'Annals of Margam 1066-1232', in Annales Monastici, 1, Rolls Series, 36, 5 vols, ed. H. R. Luard (London, 1864; repr. 1965)

Artworks at the Priory Church of St Mary Magdalene, St Clears (View website)

Bardsey Island Trust website (View website)

'Basingwerk Abbey', Archaeologia Cambrensis, 99 (1947), pp. 321-322

'Basingwerk Abbey and the Priories of Denbigh and Rhuddlan', Archaeologia Cambrensis, 4th series, 12:47 (1881), pp. 212-217

Black Book of Basingwerk online (View website)

Brecon Cathedral website (View website)

'Brecon Chartulary: Cartularium prioratus S. Johannis Evangelistae de Brecon', Archaeologia Cambrensis, 4th series, 13:52 ed. R. W. Banks (1882), pp. 275-308

'Brecon Chartulary: Cartularium prioratus S. Johannis Evangelistae de Brecon', Archaeologia Cambrensis, 4th series, 14:53, 54, 55, 56 ed. R. W. Banks (1883), pp. 18-49;137-168; 221-36; 274-311

British History Online (View website)

British History online - Cardiff Priory (View website)

Brut y Tywysogyon or the Chronicle of the Princes: Peniarth MS 20 Version, ed. Thomas Jones (Cardiff, 1952; repr. 1985)

Brut y Tywysogyon or the Chronicle of the Princes: Red Book of Hergest Version, ed. Thomas Jones (Cardiff, 1955)

Cadw (View website)

Cadw -Strata Florida (View website)

Cadw - Cymer (View website)

Cadw - Denbigh Friary (View website)

Cadw - Ewenny (View website)

Cadw - Haverfordwest Priory (View website)

Cadw - Llanthony (View website)

Cadw - Neath (View website)

Cadw - Penmon Priory (View website)

Cadw - St Dogmaels (View website)

Cadw - Talley (View website)

Cadw - Tintern (View website)

Cadw - Valle Crucis (View website)

Caldey Island website (View website)

Calendar of Ancient Petitions relating to Wales, ed. William Rees (Cardiff, 1975)

Calendar of Documents preserved in France illustrative of the History of Great Britain 1, AD 918-1216, PRO Texts and Calendars, ed. J. H. Round (London, 1899)

Calendar of Entries in the Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland: Papal Letters, ed. William H. Blis, Charles Johnson, J. Twemlow, M. J. Haren, A. P. Fuller (London and Dublin, 1883-)

Calendar of the Charter Rolls Preserved in the Public Record Office, 6 vols (London, 1903-1927)

Calendar of the Close Rolls preserved in the Public Record Office (HMSO: London, 1896-)

Calendar of the Liberate rolls preserved in the Public Record Office, ed. William Henry Stevenson and Cyril Thomas Flower (London, 1916-)

Calendar of the Patent Rolls Preserved in the Public Record Office (London, 1891-)

Calendar of Various Chancery Rolls, Supplementary Close Rolls, Welsh Rolls, Scutage Rolls, preserved in the Public Record Office AD 1277-1326 (HMSO: London, 1912)

Cartae et alia munimenta quae ad dominium de Glamorgancia pertinent, 6 vols, ed. G. T. Clark, revised G. L. Clark (Cardiff, 1910)

Cartularium Prioratus S. Johannis Evangelistae de Brecon, ed. R. W. Banks (London, 1884)

Cartularium S. Johannis Baptiste de Carmarthen, ed. Sir T. Phillipps (Private: Cheltenham, 1895)

Celtic Culture: an Historical Encyclopedia, 5, ed. John T. Koch (ABC-Clio: Santa Barbara, California, 2006)

Church of St Seiriol, Penmon, Anglesey - stained glass window with late fifteenth-century fragments (View website)

'Cistercians in Wales and the West' (forthcoming)

'Citadels of God: Monasteries, Violence, and the Struggle for Power in Northern England, 1135-1154', in Anglo-Norman Studies, 31 (Boydell and Brewer: Woodbridge, 2008), pp. 17-30

'Condition of Tintern Abbey', Builder, 85 (1903 (Oct)), p. 429

Councils and Ecclesiastical Documents relating to Great Britain and Ireland, vol. 1, ed. A. W. Haddan and W. Stubbs (London, 1869)

'Cowbridge Meeting - Report', Archaeologia Cambrensis, 5th series, 5:20 (1888), pp. 372-434

'Cronica de Wallia and other documents from Exeter Cathedral Library MS. 3514', Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies, ed. T. Jones (1946), pp. 27-44

Cymmer Abbey, Merioneth, Office of Works, Department of Ancient Monuments & Historic Buildings, Official Guides (1934)

Detail of Valor Ecclesiasticus (View website)

Dictionary of Architecture, Architectural Publication Society, 8 vols (Architectural Publication Society: London, 1849-1892)

'Documents relating to the Dissolved Monastery of Grace Dieu', in South Wales and Monmouth Record Society Publications, 2, ed. E. Owen (South Wales Record Society: Cardiff, 1950), pp. 189-199

'Documents Relating to the Subjection of the Houses of St. Mary, Dublin, and of Basingwerk, to the House of Buildwas, AD 1156-76', in Ecclesiastical Documents: Viz. I. A brief History of the Bishoprick of Somerset from its foundation to the year 1174. II. Charters from the Library of Dr. Marco Cox, ed. Joseph Hunter (J.B. Nichols and Son / Surtees Society : London, 1840; repr. New York, 1968), pp. 51-55

'Dominican bishops of St Asaph', Flintshire Historical Publications, 5 (1915), pp. 31-33

Earldom of Gloucester Charters: the Charters and Scribes of the Earls and Countesses of Gloucester to A.D. 1217, ed. Robert B. Patterson (Clarendon Press: Oxford, 1973)

Effigy of John of Hastings (View website)

Encyclopedia of the Middle Ages, 2 vols, ed. A. Vauchez with B. Dobson and M. Lapidge (J. Clarke & Co: Paris and Cambridge, 2000)

English Mediaeval Architects: a Biographical Dictionary down to 1550 including Master Masons, Carpenters, Carvers, Building Contractors and others Responsible for Design, ed. John Harvey with contributions by Arthur Oswald (London, 1954; rev. 1987)

Episcopal Acts and Cognate Documents relating to the Welsh Dioceses 1066-1272, 2 vols, ed. J. Conway Davies (Cardiff, 1946-1948)

Episcopal Registers of England and Wales, Helps for Students of History, 1, ed. Robert C. Fowler (London, 1918)

'Ex Annalibus de Margam [1084-1229]', in Ex rerum Anglicarum scriptoribus saec. XII. et XIII Monumenta Germaniae Historica: Scriptorum (Hannover, 1885; repr. New York and Stuttgart, 1964), pp. 428-430

'Ex Annalibus Meneviae et Strata Floridae [1107-1275, 1214-1260]', in Ex rerum Anglicarum scriptoribus saec. XII. et XIII Monumenta Germaniae Historica: Scriptorum, 27 (Hannover, 1885; reprinted New York and Stuttgart, 1964), pp. 442-444

'Excursion to Margam and Neath Abbey', Gentleman's Magazine, new series, 11 (1861), pp. 392-393

Faculty Office Registers 1534-49: a calendar of the first two registers of the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Faculty Office, ed. D. S. Chambers (Oxford, 1966)

'First Country Gathering at Strata Florida', Cardiganshire Antiquarian Society Transactions, 1 (1914), pp. 1-7

'Five Strata Marcella Charters', National Library of Wales Journal, 5:1, ed. E. D. Jones, N. G. Davies and R. F. Roberts (1947-8), pp. 50-54

Flores Historiarum, Rolls Series, 95, 3 vols, ed. H. R. Luard (London, 1890)

'Foundation history [Llanthony]', in The Ancient and Present State of Gloucester, 2 vols, ed. Sir Robert Atkyns (Gloucester, 1712, repr. 1974), pp. 505-506

Gathering the Jewels - floor tile from Tintern Abbey (View website)

Gathering the Jewels - floor tile from Tintern Abbey (fleur-de-lys) (View website)

Gathering the Jewels - floor tile from Tintern Abbey (two birds feeding from a tree) (View website)

Gathering the Jewels - fourteenth-century mosaic tiles from Tintern Abbey (View website)

Gathering the Jewels - images from Strata Florida (View website)

Gathering the Jewels - medieval floor tile from Tintern Abbey (View website)

Gathering the Jewels - six images of late fifteenth-century tiles from Monmouth Priory (View website)

Gathering the Jewels - tile from Tintern Abbey (View website)

Gathering the Jewels website - images relating to Valle Crucis (View website)

Grotesque figure, a male gargoyle or waterspout, from Margam Abbey (View website)

Gwaith Lewys Glyn Cothi, ed. D. R. Johnstone (Cardiff, 1995)

Gwent In Prehistory and Early History: The Gwent County History, ed. Miranda Aldhouse-Green and Ray Howell (University of Wales: Cardiff, 2004)

Hanes Llandoch website -St Dogmaels (View website)

Historia et Cartularium Monasterii Sancti Petri Gloucestria, Rolls Series, 33, 3 vols, ed. W. H. Hart (London, 1863-1867)

Image of 13th-century top of capital from Haverfordwest Priory, Pembrokeshire (View website)

Image of 14th-century floor tile from Basingwerk Abbey, National Museums & Galleries of Wales (Item reference: 2000.30H/107) (View website)

Image of 14th-century floor tile from Basingwerk Abbey, National Museums & Galleries of Wales (Item reference: 2000.30H/29) (View website)

Image of 15th-century floor tile from Basingwerk Abbey, National Museums & Galleries of Wales (Item reference: 2000.30H/108) (View website)

Image of 15th-century floor tiles from Basingwerk Abbey, National Museums & Galleries of Wales (Item reference: 2000.30H/44) (View website)

Image of bookclasps and tweezers from Carmarthen Friary (Franciscan) (View website)

Image of cresset stone, Brecon (View website)

Image of glazed tiles from Llanfaes Friary (Franciscan) (View website)

Image of glazed tiles from Llanfaes Friary - showing acorn (View website)

Image of impression from 14th-c seal of Ewenny Priory (View website)

Image of medieval floor tile, Talley Abbey (View website)

Image of Neath Abbey Charter, c. 1200 (View website)

Image of Oath of allegiance to Henry VIII and his successors, 1534 (View website)

Image of Priory Cell, Puffin Island (View website)

Image of the foundation charter of Neath Abbey, 1130 (View website)

Image of the foundation charter of Neath Abbey (reverse) (View website)

Image of what is thought to be the tomb of Princess Joan (Siwan) (View website)

Images of 14th-century tripod ewer and 16th-century ewer from Strata Florida Abbey (View website)

'Impression from the second common seal of Margam Abbey, mid-14th century until 1536' (c. 1350xc1536)

John Speed's Map of Cardiff, 1610 (image) (View website)

Letters and Papers Foreign and Domestic, of the reign of Henry VIII, 1509-47, 23 in 38 vols, ed. J.S. Brewer, R.H. Brodie and J. Gairdner (London, 1862- 1932)

Letters to the General Chapter from the English Abbots to the Chapter at Cîteaux 1442-1521, Camden Society, series 4, ed. Charles H. Talbot (London, 1967)

Littere Wallie, ed. J. Goronwy Evans (Cardiff University of Wales Press: Cardiff, 1940)

Littere Wallie preserved in Liber A in the Public Record Office, ed. J. G. Edwards (University of Wales Press: Cardiff, 1940)

Llandaff Episcopal Acta 1140-1287, Publications of the South Wales Record Society, 5, ed. David Crouch (South Wales Record Society: Cardiff, 1988)

Llyfr Du Caerfyrddin, ed. A. O. H. Jarman (University of Wales: Cardiff, 1982)

Maenan Abbey Hotel (View website)

Manuscript depiction of Edward I creating his son Prince of Wales, 1301 (View website)

Margam Abbey website (View website)

Mediaeval Religious Houses: Ireland, ed. Aubrey Gwynn and R. Neville Hadcock (Longmans: London, 1970)

Medieval and Early Post-Medieval Newport Selected Documentary and Written References relating to its Topography, including to the roads, gates, churches, chantries, town walls, the Great Bailey etc (View website)

Medieval floor tiles from Neath Abbey (View website)

Medieval grave markers from Strata Florida (View website)

Medieval Libraries of Great Britain: A List of Surviving Books, ed. N. R. Ker (Royal Historical Society: 2nd edn; London, 1964)

Medieval Monasteries of Great Britain, ed. Lionel Butler and Christopher Given-Wilson (London, 1979)

Medieval Religious Houses, England and Wales, ed. R. Neville Hadcock and David Knowles (Harlow, 1971)

Memorials of the See and Cathedral of Llandaff. Derived from the Liber Landavensis, original documents in the British Museum, H.M. Record Office, the Margam muniments, etc, ed. Walter de Gray Birch (Neath, 1912)

Monasteries and Society in the British Isles in the Later Middle Ages, Studies in the History of Medieval Religion, 35, ed. Janet Burton and Karen Stöber (Boydell and Brewer: Woodbridge, 2008)

Monastic Matrix website - Llanllugan (View website)

Monastic Matrix website - Llansantffraid (View website)

Monastic Matrix website - Usk (View website)

Monastic Wales: New Approaches, ed. Janet Burton and Karen Stöber (University of Wales: Cardiff, 2013)

Monasticon Anglicanum: a History of the Abbies and other Monasteries, Hospitals, Frieries, and Cathedral and Collegiate Churches, with their Dependencies, in England and Wales, 6 in 8 vols, ed. Sir William Dugdale, revised J. Caley, H. Ellis, B. Bandinel (London, 1817-1830)

Monasticon Cluniacense Anglicanum or Charters and Records of the Ancient Abbey of Cluni 1077-1534, 2 vols, ed. G. F. Duckett (Lewes, 1888)

Monkton Rectorial Benefice - SS Nicholas & John Monkton (View website)

Monmouth Priory website (View website)

Monmouth Priory: a History of the Benedictine Priory of the Blessed Virgin Mary and St. Florent at Monmouth, ed. David H. Williams, Keith E. Kissack with contributions from S.H. Clarke, R.W.D. Fenn, Sian Rees and J.M. Lewis (Monmouth, 2001)

National Museum of Wales - Stone in Wales Conference 2002 (View website)

Neath Abbey - floor tile (View website)

Neath Abbey - floor tile (grotesque) (View website)

Neath Abbey - fourteenth-century floor tiles (View website)

Neath Abbey - fourteenth-century floor tile (View website)

Neath Abbey - fourteenth-century floor tile (shield) (View website)

Neath Abbey - half floor tile (View website)

Neath Abbey floor tile (lions) (View website)

Neath Abbey floor tile (heraldic shield) (View website)

Neath Abbey floor tile (knight on horseback) (View website)

Neath Abbey floor tile (shield with three fusils) (View website)

'Notes on Whitland Abbey', Transactions of the Carmarthenshire Antiquarian Society and Field Club, 14, part 38 (1919/1921), pp. 58-59

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, ed. H. C. G. Matthew and B. Harrison (Oxford, 2004)

Oxford Dictionary of National Biography Online (View website) (Subscription reqd.)

People's Collection Wales (View website)

People's Collection Wales - image of alabaster angel, Abergavenny, c.1450 (View website)

People's Collection Wales - images relating to Basingwerk Abbey (View website)

People's Collection Wales - images relating to Neath Abbey (View website)

People's Collection Wales - images relating to Penmon Priory (View website)

People's Collection Wales - images relating to Strata Marcella (View website)

People's Collection Wales - images relating to the Augustinians in Wales (View website)

People's Collection Wales - images relating to the Benedictines in Wales (View website)

People's Collection Wales - images relating to the Cistercians in Wales (View website)

People's Collection Wales - images relating to Tintern Abbey (View website)

Photograph of Cymer Abbey, Llanelltud, near Dolgellau (View website)

Photograph of excavations at Haverfordwest Priory, 1992 (View website)

Photograph of interior of Ewenny Priory Church (View website)

Picton and Slebech - Dyfed Archaeological Trust website (View website)

Pill Priory website (View website)

Powys: Montgomeryshire, Radnorshire, Breconshire, The Buildings of Wales series (University of Wales Press: Harmondsworth; Cardiff, 1979)

Project Eliseg (View website)

Registrum Ade de Orleton, episcopi Herefordensis, Canterbury and York Society, 5, ed. A. T. Bannister (1908)

Registrum Epistolarum Fratris Johannis Peckham Archiepiscopi Cantuariensis, Rerum Britannicarum medii aevi scriptores; or, Chronicles and memorials of Great Britain and Ireland during the Middle Ages, 77, 3 vols (London, 1882-1885)

Registrum Roberti Winchelsy, Cantuarensis Archiepiscopi 1294-1313, Canterbury and York Society, 2 vols, ed. Rose Graham (1952-1956)

Registrum Thome Myllyng, episcopi Herefordensis, 1474-1492, Canterbury and York Society, ed. Arthur Thomas Bannister (London, 1920)

Rood screen, Llanegryn Church (View website)

Rotuli Litterarum Clausarum, ed. Thomas Duffy Hardy (London, 1833-44)

Royal Charters and Historical Documents Relating to the Town & County of Carmarthen and the Abbeys of ... Talley and Tygwgn-ar Daf [Whitland], ed. J. R. Daniel-Tyssen (W. Spurrell: Carmarthen, 1878)

'Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments and Constructions in Wales and Monmouthshire, ‘The Parish Church [Llanllugan]', in An inventory of the ancient monuments in Wales and Monmouthshire Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments and Constructions in Wales and Monmouthshire, 1 (HMSO: London, 1911), p. 19

'Royal ruins safeguarded', Heritage in Wales, 2 (1998 (autumn))

Seal of Owain Glyn Dŵr (1404) (View website)

'Second county gathering at Strata Florida Abbey', Cardiganshire Antiquarian Society Transactions, 1 (1914), pp. 8-11

Silver seal of the Abbot of Neath, 14th century (View website)

Slebech Park website (View website)

St David of Wales: Cult, Church and Nation, Studies in Celtic History, ed. J. Wyn Evans and Jonathan M. Wooding (Boydell: Woodbridge, 2007)

St Davids Episcopal Acta 1085-1280, Publications of the South Wales Record Society, 13, ed. J. Barrow (South Wales Record Society: Cardiff, 1998)

St Mary's and St Nicholas's Church, Beaumaris (View website)

St Mary's Parish Church, Cardigan: stained glass window with fifteenth-century fragments (View website)

St Peter's Church, Carmarthen, website (View website)

Statuta Capitulorum Generalium Ordinis Cisterciensis ab Anno 1116 ad Annum 1786, 8 vols, ed. Josef Canivez (Louvain, 1933-1941)

Stone head from Abbey Cwm-hir (View website)

Stone head from Abbey Cwmhir: side view (View website)

Strata Florida - fourteenth-century floor tile (View website)

Strata Florida Abbey = Abaty Ystrad Fflur (J.M.F. Bookbinding Services: Lampeter, 1989)

Talley Abbey - fifteenth-century copper alloy seal (View website)

Taxatio Ecclesiastica Anglia et Walliae authoritate Papae Nicholai IV c. 1291, ed. T. Astle, S. Ayscough and J. Caley (London, 1802)

'Tewkesbury Annals', in Annales Monastici, 1, Rolls Series, 36, ed. H. R. Luard (London, 1864)

The Cistercians in Yorkshire Project - Valle Crucis (View website)

The Ancient and Present State of Gloucestershire, ed. Robert Atkyns (London, 1712; repr. 1974)

The Autobiography of Gerald of Wales, ed. H. E. Butler (Boydell and Brewer: Woodbridge, 2005)

The Benedictines of Caldey Island (online book) (View website)

The Benedictines of Caldey Island: 2nd ed. rev. Isle of Caldey: The Abbey, Isle of Caldey, ed. W. R. Shepherd (1912)

The Black Book of Basingwerk, image (View website)

'The Carmelite Priory. Denbigh', Archaeologia Cambrensis, 5th series, 4:16 (1887), pp. 260-273

The Charters of the Abbey of Ystrad Marchell, ed. Graham C. G. Thomas (Aberystwyth, 1997)

The Chronicle of Battle Abbey, Oxford Medieval Texts, ed. Eleanor Searle (Oxford, 1980)

The Cistercian Abbeys of Britain: far from the concourse of men, ed. David M. Robinson (London, 1998)

The Cistercians in Yorkshire Project (View website)

The Cistercians in Yorkshire Project - Aberconwy (View website)

The Cistercians in Yorkshire Project - Basingwerk (View website)

The Cistercians in Yorkshire Project - Cwmhir (View website)

The Cistercians in Yorkshire Project - Cymer (View website)

The Cistercians in Yorkshire Project - Grace Dieu (View website)

The Cistercians in Yorkshire Project - Llantarnam (View website)

The Cistercians in Yorkshire Project - Margam (View website)

The Cistercians in Yorkshire Project - Neath (View website)

The Cistercians in Yorkshire Project - Strata Florida (View website)

The Cistercians in Yorkshire Project - Strata Marcella (View website)

The Cistercians in Yorkshire Project - Tintern (View website)

The Cistercians in Yorkshire Project - Tintern Parva (View website)

The Cistercians in Yorkshire Project - Whitland (View website)

The Early Records of Medieval Coventry [with The Hundred Rolls of 1280, ed. T. John], Records of Social and Economic History, New Series, 11, ed. Peter Coss (Oxford University Press / British Academy : London, 1986)

The Episcopal Registers of the Diocese of St David's 1397-1518, 3, ed. R. A. Roberts (London, 1920)

The Episcopal Registers of the Diocese of St David's 1397-1518, 2, ed. R. A. Roberts (London, 1917)

'The Friar Preachers of Haverfordwest', The Reliquary and Illustrated Archaeologist, 23 (1883), pp. 11-16

The Heads of Religious Houses in England and Wales, I, 940-1216, ed. D. Knowles, C. Brooke and V. London (London, 1972; 2001)

The Heads of Religious Houses in England and Wales, II, 1216-1377, ed. D. M. Smith and V. London (CUP: Cambridge, 2001)

The Heads of Religious Houses in England and Wales, III, 1377-1540, ed. David M. Smith (CUP: Cambridge, 2008)

'The hillforts of north Ceredigion: architecture, landscape approaches and cultural contexts' (PhD thesis: University of Wales Lampeter, 2005)

'The Houses of the Friars at Cardiff and Newport. First Financial Accounts after the Suppression', in Miscellany South Wales and Monmouth Record Society, 4, ed. H. J. Randall and W. Rees (1957), pp. 51-6

The Irish Cartularies of Llanthony Prima & Secunda / edited from the mss. in the Public Record Office, London, ed. Eric St. John Brooks (Dublin, 1953)

The Knights Hospitaller in England: The Report of the Prior Philip de Thame to the Grand Master Elyan de Villanova for AD 1338, ed. L. B. Larking (Camden Society: London, 1857)

The Letters and Charters of Gilbert Foliot, Abbot of Gloucester (1139-48), Bishop of Hereford (1148-63), and London (1163-87), ed. Z. N. Brooke, completed by Dom Adrian Morey and C. N. L. Brooke (Cambridge, 1967)

The Libraries of the Cistercians, Gilbertines and Premonstratensians, Corpus of Mediaeval Library Catalogues, 3, ed. David Bell (London, 1992)

'The life of Robert de Bethune by William de Wycombe: translation with introduction and notes' (BLitt dissertation: University of Oxford, 1951)

The Llandaff Charters, ed. Wendy Davies (Aberystwyth, 1979)

The Magor Pill Wreck, CBA Research Report 115, ed. N. Nayling (Council for British Archaeology: 1998)

'The Manors of the Cardiff district: Descriptions', in Cardiff Records, 2, ed. John Hobson Matthews (British History Online, Institute of Historical Research: 1900), pp. 8-41

'The Medieval Cloister in England and Wales', Journal of the British Archaeological Association, 159, ed. J. McNeil and M. Henig (2006)

'The Parish Church [Llanllugan]', in An Inventory of the Ancient Monuments in Wales and Monmouthshire, ed. Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments and Constructions in Wales and Monmouthshire (London, 1911), p. 119

'The patent rolls of Richard III: licence to William, abbot of Margam monastery, to exchange lands, etc., with Richard, abbot of Tewkesbury Monastery', Archaeologia Cambrensis, 4th series, 13:49 (1882), pp. 73-4

'The Register and Chronicle of the abbey of Aberconwy', in Camden Miscelleny, 1, Camden Society old series, 39, ed. H. Ellis (London, 1847), pp. 1-23

The Register of John de Trillek, Bishop of Hereford (1344-1361), ed. J. H. Parry (Hereford, 1910)

The Royal Charters Relating to the Town and County of Carmarthen and the Abbeys of Talley and Tygwyn-ar-Daf by J. R. Daniel-Thyssen, Esq. F.S.A. of Brighton, ed. A. C. Evans (William Spurrell: Carmarthen, 1878)

The Rule of St Albert (translation) (View website)

The Strata Florida Project (View website)

The Taxatio Database (View website)

'Tintern Abbey', Journal of the British Archaeological Association, new series, 35 (1929), pp. 54-57

Tours and Trails: Historic Houses of Denbigh (View website)

Transcript and translation of oath of allegiance to Henry VIII, 1534 (View website)

'Translated extracts from Welsh and Latin records: Introduction', in Cardiff Records, 5, ed. John Hobson Matthews (1905)

Twelfth-century Norman font, Brecon Priory (View website)

Twelfth-Century Statutes from the Cistercian General Chapter, Cîteaux Commentaria cistercienses, Studia et documenta, 12, ed. C. Waddell (Brecht, 2002)

'Two Chartularies of the Augustinian Priory of Bruton and the Cluniac Priory of Montacute, Somerset', Somerset Record Society, 8, ed. H. Maxwell-Lyte (1894)

'Two deeds relating to Neath Abbey', Publications, South Wales & Monmouth Record Society, 2, ed. A. G. Foster (1950), pp. 201-6

Usk Priory: medieval stained glass window (View website)

'Valle Crucis Abbey - Award', Archaeologia Cambrensis, 3rd series, 10 (1864), pp. 100-101

Valor ecclesiasticus temp. Henr. VIII. Auctoritate regia institutus, Record Commission. Great Britain, 6, vols, ed. John Caley and J. Hunter (London, 1810-1834, reprint 1976)

View of Neath Abbey (View website)

View of undercroft of dormitory, Neath Abbey (View website)

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