This atlas provides a thorough historical background of Wales with interesting facts, famous natives, different landforms, maps with latitude and longitude, symbols, a timeline, and the weather for multiple areas and how all of these aspects have changed over time.
In earlier times, the Ice Ages scattered ancient populations across all of the United Kingdom, but once the ice melted many Celtic people from Europe inhabited the area in 500 BC. In 1107 AD, Flemish weavers brought the corgi to the Celtics in Pembrokeshire, Wales.
Thus, the corgi received its name from the Welsh cattle farmers. Interestingly enough, this aspect of Wales has experienced little change; the lush, green farmlands remain well preserved and the cattle are herded by the Pembroke Welsh Corgi.