Gerald of Wales

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Gerald of Wales:

see Giraldus CambrensisGiraldus Cambrensis
, c.1146–1223, Norman-Welsh churchman and historian, also called Gerald of Wales and Gerald de Barri. He was associated (from 1184) with the king and court of England.
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In the 12th century, Gerald of Wales, archdeacon of Brecon and commentator on life in medieval Wales, noted the fighting ability of the Welsh.
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As the observant cleric Gerald of Wales put it bluntly back in the 12th century, 'If only the Welsh could fight in ordered ranks, instead of leaping about all over the place, if their princes could only come to an agreement and unite to defend their country, I cannot see how so powerful a people could ever be conquered.
Gerald of Wales (1146-1223) included an account of a werewolf in his The History and Topography of Ireland What did this creature represent--a change (metamorphosis) or some combination (hybrid)?
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