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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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The Owain Glyndwr Hotel has proudly stood in the centre of Corwen, Denbighshire, since 1740 - on the site of a monastery that dated back to the 12th century.
I WAS very interested in the ballot result: 'Who is the Greatest North Walian?' Owain Glyndwr first, Lloyd George second.
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.
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".
THE Vice-Chancellor of Glyndwr University is to speak about the links between Shakespeare, Owain Glyndwr and the future of his university.
Cardiff-born Bellamy has a new tattoo on his right arm depicting Welsh legend, Owain Glyndwr, and has revealed he has been studying Welsh history.
At the Battle of Pilleth, fought on the hillside behind the church, Owain Glyndwr, Prince of Wales, vanquished and captured the English Edmund Mortimer.
The Sycharth Research Project has undertaken the first geophysical surveys at Sycharth, the Welsh border home of Owain Glyndwr, leader of the last major Welsh revolt against English rule.
Historians believe they have discovered the grave of Welsh hero Owain Glyndwr, one of the country's most important historical figures.
Attracting 30% of the vote, we can reveal your Greatest North Walian is Owain Glyndwr.
we have a university named after Owain, we have statues and bust of Owain Glyndwr.
Conwy Councillors were yesterday told Cadw has pounds 300,000 worth of grants to promote links to Owain Glyndwr, pounds 450,000 to promote the Princes of Gwynedd and pounds 400,000 to promote Edwardian castles among other projects.