Owain Glyndwr

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, 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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"Owain Glyndwr is one of the greatest Welsh heroes that ever lived, and just as important to Wales as Brave Heart, William Wallace, is to Scotland.
He fought for Richard II, who was soon overthrown in 1399 by Henry IV - leading Owain Glyndwr to organise a full-scale Welsh revolt against the English less than a year later.
In The Mystery of Jack of Kent and the Fate of Owain Glyndwr, Gibbon claims Glyndwr's body was moved from Herefordshire, where he died, to the Welsh village, which has a population of 500.
The oldest house in Wales, built in 1402, was described in the context of Owain Glyndwr's contemporaneous rebellion.
We must understand the causes of Owain Glyndwr's protest: how this little-known local leader triggered a national uprising, established a Welsh parliament, secured papal recognition for Wales' church, created a proto-civil-service, signed treaties with France and was internationally recognised as Prince of Wales.
Karen Thomas DYLAN Thomas, Owain Glyndwr, Geraldis Cambrensis, let's celebrate all our greats Angela Thomas HE didn't celebrate Wales he drank himself to death in America.
Owain Glyndwr Day is on Sunday, the anniversary of the proclamation of the rebel leader as Prince of Wales in 1400.
It was declared that the Second Severn Crossing would henceforth be known as "Pont Owain Glyndwr."
THE Welsh public has voted to name a new CityJet aircraft after Owain Glyndwr.
THE true face of Welsh rebel hero Owain Glyndwr will be revealed for the first time, thanks to electronic wizardry, on TV on St David's Day.
The Embassy of Owain Glyndwr has claimed the famous phrase was actually a rallying cry by the Welsh liberator Glyndwr centuries ago.