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Daniel Radcliffe, on the time he spends in bookshops during his time off. — The South Bank Show. (x)


Don’t trust boys with no books 📚💜 potterbird:

Daniel Radcliffe, on the time he spends in bookshops during his time off. — The South Bank Show. (x)


Don’t trust boys with no books 📚💜 potterbird:

Daniel Radcliffe, on the time he spends in bookshops during his time off. — The South Bank Show. (x)


Don’t trust boys with no books 📚💜 potterbird:

Daniel Radcliffe, on the time he spends in bookshops during his time off. — The South Bank Show. (x)


Don’t trust boys with no books 📚💜

potterbird:

Daniel Radcliffe, on the time he spends in bookshops during his time off. — The South Bank Show. (x)

Don’t trust boys with no books 📚💜

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Lol just got the photo booth pics back! ❤️😜

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Diwrnod Owain Glyndwr | Owain Glyndwr Day

Yn ddisgynnydd i dywysogion Powys, Owain Glyndŵr, (1354 - tua 1416) oedd y Cymro olaf i gael ei alw yn Dywysog Cymru. Fe fu’n arwain gwrthryfel hir a ffyrnig, a oedd yn y diwedd yn aflwyddianus, yn erbyn y Saeson.  Ar 16 Medi, 1400, gweithredodd Owain, a chafodd ei gyhoeddi’n Dywysog Cymru gan ei gefnogwyr. Roedd hyn yn ddatganiad chwyldroadol ynddo’i hun. Roedd yn ddyn hynod o alluog - bu’n astudio’r gyfraith yn Llundain ac roedd yn medru pedair iaith yn rhugl. Roedd yn credu mewn sefydlu prifysgolion yng Ngogledd a De Cymru.
Er fod y gwrthryfel yn un aflwyddiannus yn y pendraw, fe lwyddodd i uno’r Cymry yn erbyn eu gormeswyr. Ni chafodd Glyndwr ei weld ar ol 1412. Ni gafodd erioed ei ddal nac ychwaith ei ddenu gan bardynau brenhinol. Ni gafodd erioed chwaith, ei fradychu. Mae ei flynyddoedd olaf yn ddirgelwch llwyr.  Yn ddiweddar mae Diwrnod Owain Glyndŵr wedi dod yn ddydd gŵyl answyddogol a ddethlir yng Nghymru ar 16 Medi, y dyddiad y cyhoeddwyd Glyndŵr yn Dywysog Cymru yn 1400. Cytunwyd i hedfan baner Glyndŵr ar furiau Castell Caerdydd ar 16 Medi 2006, mewn ymateb i bwysau gan y cyhoedd.
Owain Glyndŵr (c. 1349 or 1359 – c. 1416) was a Welsh ruler and the last native Welshman to hold the title Prince of Wales. He instigated a fierce and long-running but ultimately unsuccessful revolt against the English rule of Wales. September 16 marks the anniversary of Glyndwr being named the Prince of Wales in 1400, which instigated the Welsh Revolt against the rule of Henry IV of England. Owain was a highly educated man who studied law at the Inns of Court in London, was fluent in four languages and advocated the creation of a university in both North and South Wales. 
Although the revolt was successful in terms of uniting the Welsh against their oppressors, the uprising eventually ran out of pace due to key home ground lost whilst chasing the English army towards London — Glyndŵr was last seen in 1412 and was never captured nor tempted by royal pardons and never betrayed. His final years are a mystery. In the late 19th century the Cymru Fydd movement recreated him as the father of Welsh nationalism, revising the historical image of him and joining him in popular memory as a national hero on par with King Arthur.

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Diwrnod Owain Glyndwr | Owain Glyndwr Day

Yn ddisgynnydd i dywysogion Powys, Owain Glyndŵr, (1354 - tua 1416) oedd y Cymro olaf i gael ei alw yn Dywysog Cymru. Fe fu’n arwain gwrthryfel hir a ffyrnig, a oedd yn y diwedd yn aflwyddianus, yn erbyn y Saeson.  Ar 16 Medi, 1400, gweithredodd Owain, a chafodd ei gyhoeddi’n Dywysog Cymru gan ei gefnogwyr. Roedd hyn yn ddatganiad chwyldroadol ynddo’i hun. Roedd yn ddyn hynod o alluog - bu’n astudio’r gyfraith yn Llundain ac roedd yn medru pedair iaith yn rhugl. Roedd yn credu mewn sefydlu prifysgolion yng Ngogledd a De Cymru.

Er fod y gwrthryfel yn un aflwyddiannus yn y pendraw, fe lwyddodd i uno’r Cymry yn erbyn eu gormeswyr. Ni chafodd Glyndwr ei weld ar ol 1412. Ni gafodd erioed ei ddal nac ychwaith ei ddenu gan bardynau brenhinol. Ni gafodd erioed chwaith, ei fradychu. Mae ei flynyddoedd olaf yn ddirgelwch llwyr.  Yn ddiweddar mae Diwrnod Owain Glyndŵr wedi dod yn ddydd gŵyl answyddogol a ddethlir yng Nghymru ar 16 Medi, y dyddiad y cyhoeddwyd Glyndŵr yn Dywysog Cymru yn 1400. Cytunwyd i hedfan baner Glyndŵr ar furiau Castell Caerdydd ar 16 Medi 2006, mewn ymateb i bwysau gan y cyhoedd.

Owain Glyndŵr (c. 1349 or 1359 – c. 1416) was a Welsh ruler and the last native Welshman to hold the title Prince of Wales. He instigated a fierce and long-running but ultimately unsuccessful revolt against the English rule of Wales. September 16 marks the anniversary of Glyndwr being named the Prince of Wales in 1400, which instigated the Welsh Revolt against the rule of Henry IV of England. Owain was a highly educated man who studied law at the Inns of Court in London, was fluent in four languages and advocated the creation of a university in both North and South Wales. 

Although the revolt was successful in terms of uniting the Welsh against their oppressors, the uprising eventually ran out of pace due to key home ground lost whilst chasing the English army towards London — Glyndŵr was last seen in 1412 and was never captured nor tempted by royal pardons and never betrayed. His final years are a mystery. In the late 19th century the Cymru Fydd movement recreated him as the father of Welsh nationalism, revising the historical image of him and joining him in popular memory as a national hero on par with King Arthur.

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Ditched the coffins, brought back my bloody claws. 😻

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All that is gold does not glitter,
Not all those who wander are lost;
The old that is strong does not wither,
Deep roots are not reached by the frost.

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