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Llwybr Agincourt yng Nghymru

Brwydr Agincourt, ar 25 Hydref 1415, yw un o'r digwyddiadau mwyaf adnabyddus yn hanes Prydain. Mae Llwybr Agincourt yng Nghymru yn cysylltu wyth lleoliad ar draws y rhanbarth, gan adrodd straeon y bobl a'r lleoedd a fu chwarae rôl yn y frwydr enwog.

Mae stori buddugoliaeth arwrol lluoedd Harri'r V yn erbyn byddin llawer mwy Ffrainc wedi cael ei hanfarwoli mewn straeon, dramâu a barddoniaeth sy'n gyfarwydd i bawb. Beth sy'n llai cyfarwydd yw rôl Cymru ym muddugoliaeth Harri. Fe deithiodd pum can saethwr o Gymru a 23 dyn arfog i ymladd yn Ffrainc - nifer ohonynt o ardal Sir Frycheiniog a Sir Fynwy - ynghyd â charfan o saethwyr a chloddwyr o Fforest y Ddena.

Gan adeiladu ar lwyddiant chwe chanmlwyddiant Brwydr Agincourt yn 2015, mae llwybr dehongli newydd wedi cael ei datblygu i goffau cysylltiadau Cymru ag Agincourt.

Mae Cronfa Coffau Agincourt 600 wedi gweithio gyda Choed Cadw i blannu coed mewn nifer o leoliadau i ddarparu cofeb barhaol a fydd yn tyfu ac yn datblygu wrth i'r blynyddoedd fynd heibio. Bydd dilyn y llwybr yn caniatáu i ymwelwyr ddysgu mwy am stori Agincourt wrth iddynt archwilio'r ardal.

A wyddoch chi?

Yn ystod Brwydr Agincourt, fe gadwodd y Brenin Harri'r V tlysau'r goron mewn t┼Ár yn St Pierre, ger Cas-gwent. Heddiw, dyma leoliad y Marriott St Pierre, gwesty a chlwb golff gyda'r plasty canoloesol yn ganolbwynt.

Dilynwch y Llwybr

Agincourt Wales Trail
Trecastle

Trecastle

Brecon

Brecon

Learn about the noblemen and local archers who fought at Agincourt in Brecon Cathedral.
Tretower
Tretower

Tretower

A possible muster point for Henry V's army in 1415, and family home of the descendants of Agincourt hero Roger Vaughan of Bredwardine.
Abergavenny
See the tomb of Agincourt hero William ap Thomas and his wife Gwladys at St Mary's Priory Church, the 'Westminster Abbey of Wales'.
Raglan
Raglan Home of William ap Thomas, 'The Blue Knight of Gwent' who fought alongside Henry V at the battle.
Monmouth

Monmouth

Birthplace of Agincourt victor Henry V. See the King in Agincourt Square, in the stained glass window of St Mary's Priory Church and in the wall hanging in the Shire Hall.
St Brivaels
Caldicot
Caldicot Castle

Caldicot

Ancestral home of the de Bohuns, Henry V's maternal family, and Sir William Bourchier, one of the King's most trusted knights.

Follow the Trail

1. Trecastle

Visit the home village of a number of Agincourt fighters, including Watkin Llyd, said to be captain of the Brecknock contingent.

Follow the trail at Trecastle Village Hall

2. Brecon

Learn about the noblemen and local archers who fought at Agincourt in Brecon Cathedral.

Follow the Trail from Brecon Promenade to Brecon Cathedral

3. Tretower

A possible muster point for Henry V's army in 1415, and family home of the descendants of Agincourt hero Roger Vaughan of Bredwardine.

Follow the trail at Tretower Court & Castle4. Abergavenny

4. Abergavenny

See the tomb of Agincourt hero William ap Thomas and his wife Gwladys at St Mary's Priory Church, the 'Westminster Abbey of Wales'.

Follow the Trail at St Mary's Priory Church

5. Raglan

Home of William ap Thomas, 'The Blue Knight of Gwent' who fought alongside Henry V at the battle.

Follow the Trail at Raglan Castle

6. Monmouth

Birthplace of Agincourt victor Henry V. See the King in Agincourt Square, in the stained glass window of St Mary's Priory Church and in the wall hanging in the Shire Hall.

Follow the Trail at Monmouth Castle

7. St Briavels

The heart of the St Briavels Hundred, an area that provided over 100 miners to Henry V's war efforts.

Follow the Trail at The Tump outside St Briavels Castle

8. Caldicot

Ancestral home of the de Bohuns, Henry V's maternal family, and Sir William Bourchier, one of the King's most trusted knights.

Follow the Trail at Caldicot Castle

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