Welsh ''Golden Dragon'' Flag

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By Crusader1307

The Welsh “Golden Dragon” Flag was said to have been the Battle Standard of Welsh Prince Owain Glyndwr, during The Battle of Tuthill in (1401). Said to have flown over Caernarfon Castle, it represented Glyndwr during Wales Dynastic Wars. Said to have been a White Field in entirety, the trim was Gold and encircled the full perimeter of The Flag. Centered was a Golden Dragon, raised erect on it’s hindquarters. Legend states that Glyndwr’s Flag was in reference to The Dragon Flag of Uther Pendragon, alleged Father of the mythic King Arthur (of which Glyndwr claimed descent).