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12 Rhys was restored to power but Gruffydd, on his way back to Gwynedd, was captured by the Normans and imprisoned in Chester. The result was a power vacuum in Gwynedd and it was at this point that Robert of Rhuddlan probably moved in. There was no legitimate native ruler there; there had been no ruler recognised by the king of England since 1075. Power was there for the taking by whoever had the enterprise to seize it. There was no reason why an adventurer like Robert of Rhuddlan should not make a bid for the kingship; if a Norman had seized the kingship of England in 1066, another could do the same thing in Gwynedd twenty years later.
J. I ! 32 If J. G. Edwards con tin ued th e work of Llo yd , th e mantle of E. A. Lewis d escend ed on th e sho ulders of William Rees ( 18871978 ). A grad uate of C ardiff, he wa s a p poin ted to a post th ere in 1920 and he remained th ere until his retirem ent. As a you ng man he spe n t sever al years in full-tim e research in th e Public Record Offi ce, d evoting himself to the mas s of account ro lls from th e so uthe rn princip ality a nd th e march ; th e fruit of thi s was South Wales and the March , 1284-1415 , publish ed in 1924 , an immen sely d et ail ed study which broke so much new gro und that it was not universally well-received by revi ew ers.
For many Welshmen, then, the coming of the Normans meant a change of ruler, although they did not come under the authority of the English crown; their new lords owed homage to the king but they were, at the same time, independent rulers and very jealous of their independence. I t was a maxim of English law that the king's writ did not run in the march. In practical terms there was little change for most of the new lord's tenants but in parts of lowland Wales the new order did have some impact on the landscape.