To navigate the timeline, click and drag it with your mouse, or click on the timeline overview on the bottom.
1272 CE - 1307 CE: Reign of Edward I of England.
1283 CE - 1330 CE: Harlech Castle in Wales is built by Edward I of England.
1290 CE - 1293 CE: Master James of Saint Georges is constable of Harlech Castle in Wales.
1294 CE - 1295 CE: Harlech Castle is twice attacked by the Welsh rebel leader Madog ap Llywelyn.
1323 CE - 1324 CE: Two rectangular towers are added to the entrance bridge of Harlech Castle.
1404 CE: The Welsh rebel leader Owain Glyn Dwr captures Harlech Castle.
1409 CE: A royal army led by the Prince of Wales, future King Henry V of England, recaptures Harlech Castle in Wales.
1418 CE: A new fortified entrance bridge is added to Harlech Castle in Wales.
1461 CE - 1468 CE: Harlech Castle in Wales is besieged by a Yorkist army during the Wars of the Roses.
1468 CE: Harlech Castle in Wales finally surrenders to the Yorkists during the Wars of the Roses. The resistance of the Lancastrian garrison is commemorated in the popular song 'Men of Harlech'.
Search through the entire ancient history timeline. Specify between which dates you want to search, and what keywords you are looking for.