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No romantic interpretations of the Uchelwr in it, only the uniformological descriptions of visual witnesses, so first sources in this case …
These visual witnesses are William le Breton and Giraldus who describe the Welsh auxiliaries of Edward I in 1297 …

Llywelyn ap Iorwerth, Prince of Gwynedd 1194-1240 was equipped as the drawn Ian Heath in his work “Armies of Feudal Europe 1066-1300”, except that he substituted the traditional celtic round shield by a longer conventional shield …

It seems likelythat in course of the 13th century the uchelwyr would have been influenced by the style of arms and armour iuse amongst the contingents of the marcher lords and that an even more “angliced” harness wouls have resulted decades aprés decades in the 13th century …

So what I’m looking for is a figurine that reproduces the illustration page 95 in the book “Armies of Feudal Europe 1066-1300” by Ian Heath …

Because if the uchelwyr look like brothers to English knights, they no longer have interests …

It’s still incredible that not a sculptor is reproduced this illustration in figurine !