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see Owen GlendowerOwen Glendower
, Welsh Owain Glyndwr, 1359?–1416?, Welsh national leader. A scion of the princes of Powys, he was also claimant through his mother to the lands of Rhys ap Gruffydd; he was thus one of the most powerful lords in Wales.
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Glendower

Owen, Welsh name Owain Glyndŵr. ?1350--?1416, Welsh chieftain, who led a revolt against Henry IV's rule in Wales (1400-- 15)
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