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Edward I prepares an army of 1000 knights, 15000 infantry (9000 are Welsh) and specialists. , Edward I isolates the island of Anglesey which means the Welsh have no supplies of food. , The Marcher Lords invade from south and mid-Wales. Edward I invades north Wales. , Llewellyn is isolated as his supporters surrender to the English army. , Llewellyn signs the Treaty of Aberconwy, surrendering and accepting Edward I as his overlord., David, Llewellyn's brother, is given land in return for supporting Edward I. , After surrendering, the Welsh are treated badly. Many are killed by the Marcher Lords. , Edward I starts to build castles to keep his supporters safe and suppress the Welsh. .

The Conquest of Wales - 1277: Edward I Invades Wales


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