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Bangor History of Religion: Quaker Communities in Early Modern Wales - From Resistance to Respectability
Richard Allen
ISBN: 9780708320778 (0708320775)Dyddiad Cyhoeddi Gorffennaf 2007
Cyhoeddwr: Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru / University of Wales Press, Caerdydd
Fformat: Clawr Caled, 216x138 mm, 224 tudalen Iaith: Saesneg Allan o Stoc - Archebir yn ôl y galw Pris Llawn: £19.99 
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Llyfr yn edrych ar hanes y Crynwyr Cymreig, yn enwedig yn Sir Fynwy yn y cyfnod 1654-1836. Cloriannir pwysigrwydd gwragedd yn y mudiad, a'r dycnwch a oedd yn angenrheidiol oherwydd yr holl erledigaeth. Edrychir hefyd ar addysg a phriodas, a sut y rheolwyd rhain gan god ymddygiad arbennig. I orffen, archwilir rhai o'r rhesymau y bu i'r Crynwyr edwino'n raddol.

A book examining the Quakers in Wales, especially in Monmouthshire in the period c.1654-1836, evaluating the importance of women within the movement, and the resilience necessary in the face of persecution, such as fines, taxes etc. It also looks at how education and marriage were determined by a code of conduct. It concludes by exploring the reasons for the decline of Quakerism.
Bywgraffiad Awdur:
Dr. Richard Allen is Lecturer in Early Modern and Celtic History, at Sunderland University. He is an authority on the Quaker movement and has contributed to books on the subject published by Ashgate and the University of Sydney Press.
Gwybodaeth Bellach:
Research into the Society of Friends (Quakers) over the past century has provided an insight into one of the most fascinating religious communities, which originated in the turmoil of the Civil War years and Interregnum. These mainly regional studies have woven a tapestry and illustrate how Friends lived and died.

This book extends current scholarship on the Quakers by examining Friends in Wales, especially in Monmouthshire in the period c.1654-1836 evaluating the importance of women within the movement, and the resilience necessary in the face of persecution where members were regularly distrained of their goods, unfairly taxed, fined or imprisoned.

Quaker Communities assesses the lives of Friends, notably how education, careers, and marriage, were determined by a code of conduct. In conclusion, the book explores reasons for the decline of Quakerism in England and Wales.

‘The detailed research that has gone into this book make it fascinating for anyone interested in the history of rural Wales.’
Ronald Watts
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