An diofar eadar na mùthaidhean a rinneadh air "Owain Glyndŵr"

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Bha e na neach leantainn do [[Richard II]], rìgh Shasainn. Ach nuair a chaill Richard a' chumhachd aige chaidh cuid dhen fhearainn a bha aig Glyndŵr a thoirt air falbh le Reginald Grey, 3mh Baran Grey de Ruthyn, <ref name=bbchistory/> neach-leantainn Henry IV a bha a' fàs na bu treasa aig an àm ud.
 
==Rebellion Aramach ==
Bha Owain Glyndŵr ag iarraidh cuideachadh bho Henry IV gus am fearainn aige fhaighinn air ais ach dhiùilt Henry sin a dhèanamh. Agus cha tug Glyndŵr saighdearan do Henry airson ionnsaigh eile an aghaidh Alba, mar sin bha Grey dhen bheachd gum b' e brathadair a bh' ann an Glyndŵr. Chuir Glyndŵr roimhe a dhol an aghaidh Henry IV, agus tòisich e ionnsaighean an aghaidh Grey agus bailtean anns na crìochan gu Sasainn. Ged a bha feachdan Henry IV a' sabaid an aghaidh Glyndŵr, gus a' chumhachd fhaighinn air ais, cha do thachair sin ach an dearbh-chaochladh: dh’fhàs aramach aramach an aghaidh Sasainn na bu treasa is na bu treasa.<ref name=bbchistory/> Anns an t-Sultain [[1400]] chuir Owain Glyndŵr fhèin an tiotal "Prionnsa na Cuimrigh" dha fhèin.
Glyndŵr sought help from Henry IV to deal with his land being taken, but Henry refused to take action against his supporters. Glyndŵr also failed to supply soldiers to the king for another attack on Scotland. Grey called him a traitor. Glyndŵr decided to take action against Henry IV. He gave himself the title of Prince of Wales in September 1400, and began a series of attacks against Grey and towns along the borders with England. Henry IV sent his army to Wales to fight Glyndŵr and regain control, but it had the opposite effect. It became a widespread rebellion against England.<ref name=bbchistory/>
 
In April 1401 Glyndŵr's army captured [[Conwy Castle]].<ref name=bbchistory/> The next year, at the [[Battle of Bryn Glas]], also known as the Battle of Pillethl, Glyndŵr defeated the English army, and captured its leader, [[Edmund Mortimer]].<ref name=bbchistory/> By 1404 a French army had landed, and together with the Welsh army they attacked [[Worcester]].<ref name=bbchistory/>
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