Why was Llewellyn called 'the great'?
Because Llywelyn was great!
Llewellyn the Great (in Welsh, Llewellyn Fawr) was a prince of north Wales who united all of Gwynedd. He was born in 1173, probably in either Dolbadarn or Dolwyddelan castle, and died in 1240, of a stroke, in Aberconwy. Llewellyn was married to Joan Plantaganet, the natural daughter of King John of England, with whom he had a son Daffydd. He was also married to a Welshwoman named Tannsgwyl Roch, with whom he had another… Read More
no there isn't any films on Llewellyn the great there is just a load of books and stories about I'm am not spamming this question I'm telling the truth my teacher in yr11 told me and i don't think she would lie to us bout it as its part of gse test Read More
Llewellyn Thompson's birth name is Llewellyn E. Thompson Jr.. Read More
Henry Llewellyn Fowler has written: 'The Great Slave Lake area: its potential for the development of co-operatives' -- subject(s): Case studies, Cooperation, Economic conditions, Indians of North America Read More