Historians will be reviewing more than 5,000 medieval seals relating to Wales, held at the National Library of Wales, as part of a new research project.
Uniquely, one strand of the project will also be concentrating on images of medieval women.
at Thursday, March 19, 2009, Seals To Shed Light On Life In Wales In Middle Ages, Archives March 2009
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