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  1. The death in battle of Gerald's father-in-law, Rhys ap Tewdwr, Prince of Wales, and the last king of Deheubarth in Wales ("last king of the Britons"), was the opportunity for a general Norman invasion of South Wales during which Arnulf de Montgomery, youngest son of the powerful Roger de Montgomerie, 1st Earl of Shrewsbury, swept out from Shrewsbury and ravaged south into Dyfed, where he built ...

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    Iolo Morganwg erroneously believed it to be the burial mound of king Rhys ap Tewdwr. The earliest Christian monument in the Rhondda is the shrine of St Mary at Penrhys, whose holy well was mentioned by Rhisiart ap Rhys in the 15th century. Post-medieval and pre-industrial Rhondda: 1550–1850