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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Reflecting on the journey of Gerald of Wales and those involved in this unique production, Claire Tranmer added: "The piece became a thanksgiving for our Welsh culture and heritage.
After the Statutes of Kilkenny framed enlightened Englishness and regressive Irishness within legal boundaries in 1366, a profusion of directives emanating from humanist thought and agricultural husbandry literature confirmed the Irish "face of the barbarian created by Gerald of Wales" (62) almost two centuries earlier.
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