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In 1400 this Welsh landowner's private dispute with neighbour Reginald de Grey sparked a Welsh rebellion
He proposed an independent nation and church
His fate is unknown, perpetuating his status as a Welsh symbol of national unity
23 September, 1326
Queen Isabella and Roger Mortimer land at Orwell, Suffolk
Barons opposed to Isabella's husband, Edward II, join them in revolt. Edward is deposed and murdered.
This corpulent monarch's nickname before taking the throne was 'Prinny'
His father was George III
He ruled between 1820-1830