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An uprising by Llewellyn ap Gruffydd, the prince of Wales, ends with his own death and the subjugation of Wales by the king of England, Edward I      
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Edward I begins a series of powerful castles - Harlech, Caernarfon and Conwy in this year alone - to subdue the Welsh        
Beaumaris Castle
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Edward I, conqueror of Wales, bestows the cherished title 'prince of Wales' on his own heir, the future Edward II       
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The Welsh rise against the English and proclaim Owain Glyn Dwr as their own prince of Wales       
The 15-year-old Henry, prince of Wales and the future Henry V, takes personal command of the war against the Welsh      
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Owain Glyn Dwr captures Aberystwyth and Harlech from the English and sets up an independent Welsh administration      
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Driven from Aberystwyth and Harlech, Owain Glyn Dwr loses support - and the last Welsh rebellion fades away      
With the end of the threat from Wales, the Prince of Wales becomes more directly involved in government, leading to frequent clashes with his ailing father     
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On the death of his father, and as the result of the death of his elder brother Arthur, Henry VIII becomes king of England       
Holbein, style of Henry VIII (detail)
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Wales is merged within the English kingdom as a principality