- King Arthur
- Bear, was Owain Ddantgwyn (Phillips and Keatman 1992, p. 160; Baker 2003). Owain was killed by his nephew Maglocunus who then took control of Gwynedd.
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- son (probably younger son) of Owain Ddantgwyn —. 'Owen White tooth'. The latter was King of Greater.
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- later called Arthur, date. Recent historical research points to Arthur as having been a Welshman Owain.
- Das Ideal des Ritters
- war Owain Ddantgwyn, Herrscher über die Reiche Gwynedd und Powys.
- Bird Droppings from Estonia: Arthur and Alfred
- I like the theory that Arthur is short for Arthursus, a compound of the Celtic Briton (now Welsh) and Latin names for “bear” – arth and ursus –the symbolic name of Owain Ddantgwyn, ruler of Powys, a territory that once covered Wales and central England.
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- Owain Ddantgwynn & the Identity of Arthur
- Exploring the possibility of Owain Ddantgwynn and the identity of Arthur being one and the same.
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