Setting of Rhuddlan

Rhuddlan begins on the east coast of Ireland in Aer Rianta and busy Dublin Airport, driving through Dublin to stop in Co. Wicklow, moving briefly back to the Monastic, yet still Pagan Ireland, 503AD. The location then is medieval Rhuddlan,
North Wales in the year 1292AD under the late rule of the English King Edward I. The story emerges then in current times, in and around Rhuddlan,
North Wales and shifts back in time to 1312AD and under the rule of King Edward II and the tumultuous times of continuing trouble between Welsh and English.  

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