The Reckoning - 34, Aber, Wales, October 1282 - 36, Cwm-hir Abbey, Wales, December 1282 Summary & Analysis

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34, Aber, Wales, October 1282 - 36, Cwm-hir Abbey, Wales, December 1282 Summary

In chapter 34, Edward is using his full power to fight the rebels in Wales. Edward sends John Peckham, Archbishop of Canterbury to Llewelyn to negotiate peace. A truce is called while negotiations take place. Edward uses the truce to complete his bridge from Mon to the mainland. He intends to use the bridge to attack from behind. With the bridge complete, he ignores the truce and sends his army across. Llewelyn's army is waiting and there are few survivors of the battle. The bridge is completely destroyed. Edward and Edmund argue about the war when word comes of the failed bridge attack. Edmund says that this war will cost a hundred and fifty pounds, seven times more than the last Welsh war. Edward reluctantly agrees to attempt to make peace with Wales.

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