Owen Glendower

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Noun1.Owen Glendower - Welsh chieftain who led a revolt against Henry IV's rule in Wales (1359-1416)Owen Glendower - Welsh chieftain who led a revolt against Henry IV's rule in Wales (1359-1416)
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Gareth Roberts, 23, graduated from Wrexham Glyndwr University with a BSc in TV Production and Technology in 2015.
A little-known part of our nation's history took place in August 1405, however, when a force of over 5,000 Frenchmen landed in Milford Haven to support Owain Glyndwr in his fight against the English usurper, Henry Bolingbroke.
A little-known part of our nation's history took place in August 1405, however, when a force of over 5000 Frenchmen landed in Milford Haven to support Owain Glyndwr in his fight against the English usurper, Henry Bolingbroke.
WELSH freedom fighter Owain Glyndwr was referred to by Cuban leader Fidel Castro as "the world's first guerilla leader" and playwright William Shakespeare recalled him as being "not in the roll of common men".
Technium OpTIC site talks continue with government A BID by Glyndwr University to take over Technium OpTIC at no cost was rejected by the Welsh Government.
At the Battle of Pilleth, fought on the hillside behind the church, Owain Glyndwr, Prince of Wales, vanquished and captured the English Edmund Mortimer.
Owain Glyndwr wrote the letter to French King Charles VI in 1406 asking for a military alliance against English monarch Henry IV.
Recently the Owain Glyndwr Society was formed, its main aim being to discover Glyndwr's last resting place and to honour that location.
The National Library of Wales is trying to trace a watercolour, painted in the early 1900s, depicting Owain Glyndwr on horseback leading his soldiers to battle.
Uni tech centre awards for telescope projects WORLD leading researchers at Glyndwr University's OpTIC Technology Centre, St Asaph are celebrating a double award success for their work on two major telescope projects.
A report in to vice-chancellors' pay and pensions found that Glyndwr University gave its former vice-chancellors, Professor Michael Scott and Prof Graham Upton, a combined PS490,983 in 2014-15.
CARDIFF'S unsung heroes will once more be celebrated at the second Owain Glyndwr Seren awards.