Thursday, 5 September 2013

BRWYDR GRAIG Y DORTH 1404.


    1. Brwydr Craig-y-dorth - Wicipedia

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      Un o frwydrau Owain Glyndŵr oedd Brwydr Craig-y-dorth a ymladdwyd yn 1404 pan gafodd y Cymry fuddugoliaeth dros y Saeson. Saif Craig-y-dorth un filltir i'r ...
    1. cy.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cwmcarfan

      Ymladdwyd Brwydr Craig-y-dorth ger Cwmcarfan yn 1404 pan gafodd y Cymry dan Owain Glyndŵr fuddugoliaeth dros y Saeson. Saif Craig-y-dorth un filltir i'r ...
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      Craig-y-Dorth (1.5m)

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      1. 2. 3. 4. 5. START. HERE. N. P. T. O M. O. N. M. O. U. T. H. TO MONMOUTH. WERN. FARM. CAER. LLAN. W ye V alley & F o rest of D ean To u rism A sso.
    1. www.welsh-cottages.co.uk/search/pty_search2.php?propref=893

      ... Duke of Beaufort's Estate and within a few minutes of the site where in 1404 Owain Glyndwr won the battle of Craig y Dorth against Henry IV's English army.

    2. info | Cwmcarvan - Xklsv.org

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      Craig-y-Dorth. The hill of Craig-y-Dorth, 1 mile north east of the church, was the site of a battle in 1404 between Owain Glyndŵr's rebels and English forces.
    www.trigpointinguk.com/trigs/trig-details.php?t=2533

    The OS map notes Craig-y-Dorth was the site of a battle in 1404. Wikipedia says it was between Owain Glyndwr's rebels and English forces, and that according ...

  1. The stranger in Monmouthsire, and South Wales; or, Illustrative ...

    books.google.co.uk/books?id=qLYHAAAAQAAJ
    Mark Willett - 1825
    Battle of Craig y Borth. Craig y Dorth is an eminence near Trillech, a short distance from the Chep6tow and Monmouth road. At this place was a memorable ...

  2. The Timezone at UWCN

    timezone.newport.ac.uk/hi201/Glyndwr.html

    Battle of Craig y Dorth, Welsh defeated by crown forces. May 1405 Death of Tudor Glyn Dwr in Gwent, during the Battle of Pwll Melyn Gruffudd captured after the ...

  3. Tintern Abbey | Tintern

    www.tinternvillage.co.uk/history/tintern-abbey/

    ... and a famous battle was won in 1404 by the Welsh Prince, Owain Glyndwr at Craig y Dorth about seven miles away on the southern outskirts of Monmouth.
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    Mitchel Troy loop - Wye Valley & Vale of Usk

    www.visitwyevalley.com/wp-content/.../09/1-Mitchel-Troy-Loop.pdf

    Beyond Craig-y-Dorth house (8), after a steep rise in the ... About 500 yards fromCraig-y-Dorth, turn left off the lane at a finger post (9) .... Battle of Craig-y-. Dorth ...

  5. Tinterne and Its Vicinity ... - Page 73 - Google Books Result

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    Lastly, within a short distance, on the Monmouth road, there is another artificial mound, called Craig- y-dorth, which indicates the site of a battle fought between ...

  6. Time to name battle sites | This is South Wales

    www.thisissouthwales.co.uk/Time-battle-sites/story...detail/story.html

    19 Oct 2011 - AT the moment just two Welsh Battle sites, Pilleth (1402) and St Fagans... Craig y Dorth (1404),Crug Mawr (1136) and Mynydd Hyddgen.

  7. A Topographical Dictionary of England: With Historical and ...

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    Samuel Lewis - 1833
    ... slain in some ancient battle, which took place near the spot, and to have been subsequently occupied by the English, previously to the battle of Craig y Dorth, ...

  8. Annals of Owain Glyn Dwr - De Re Militari

    www.deremilitari.org/RESOURCES/SOURCES/owainglyndwr.htm

    22, does contain some errors, such as dating the battle of of Pilleth to 1403 instead ...of the English at Craig y Dorth, between Penclawdd and Monmouth town.

  9. Why Battle of Craig-y-dorth in 1404 could be as much on the map as ...

    www.highbeam.com › ... › Jul - Sep 2007 › August 8, 2007

    8 Aug 2007 - Byline: By Darren Devine Western Mail Historians want Welsh conflicts to be marked... | Article from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) August 8, ...

    GAME ON - THE BIG FIVE.