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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Ac ar ddiwedd llyfr Gruffydd Aled mi geir atodiad mwy damniol am S4C yng nghyswllt y seiliau hytrach yn wamal oedd i'r rhaglen Wyneb Owain Glyndwr a ddarlledwyd yn 2011.
Ond, fel yr eglura yn ei ragair i Dyddiau Olaf Owain Glyndwr, mae'n briodol cyflwyno'r gyfrol gyda gair o rybudd: "Mae ambell ddirgelwch na ellir byth ei ddatrys yn derfynol," meddai.
Owain Glyndwr, published by Amberley Books, is out now priced PS12.
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.
September the 16th marks the anniversary of Owain Glyndwr being named the Prince of Wales in 1400.
This year, 2014, is quite possibly the 660th anniversary of the birth of Owain Glyndwr (1354), a great opportunity to organise events and parties to celebrate this birth and to blanket our nation in Baner Glyndwr.
Peter Gordon Williams' novel Owain Glyndwr - The Last Prince of Wales (yLolfa PS7.
YOU may not be able to sing the Welsh National Anthem at today's game - but that doesn't stop fans flying their Owain Glyndwr and St David's Cross flags high
Owain Glyndwr wrote the letter to French King Charles VI in 1406 asking for a military alliance against English monarch Henry IV.
Wel un o ferched Owain Glyndwr - yn ol y son, hi oedd yr un roddodd loches iddo rhag Brenin Lloegr yn nyddiau olaf ei fywyd.
huwthomas ANY celeb volunteers to be the auctioneer at a fundraiser for the Owain Glyndwr Institute, Machynlleth, on Tues 3 Dec?
Thalidomide campaigner Rosaleen Moriarty-Simmons, the inaugural winner of the Seren Owain Glyndwr Award, last night said the decision was a "travesty".