The Welsh Dragon – Welsh: Y Ddraig Goch ("the red dragon") pronounced [ə
ˈðraiɡ ˈɡoːχ] – appears on the national flag of Wales. The oldes...
The Welsh red dragon, the welsh flag and battle standard, icon and symbol of
Feb 5, 2015 ... The red dragon of Wales dates back to Roman times. Roman cavalry units
carried a standard known as the 'draco', or dragon. This took the ...
Many centuries ago when dragons roamed the land, a white dragon decended
upon a small village and decided to live there. The white dragon had an icy cold
The Welsh Dragon - also known as the Y Ddraig Goch ("The Red Dragon") and
the Red Dragon of Cadwallader - is a dragon that appears in Celtic ...
The dragon has long been a symbol of Wales. It features (in its proper red colour)
on the national flag and is often to be found marking goods of Welsh origin.
The ancient poets Aneirin and Taliesin use the Welsh word for dragon "draig" in
the sense of "warrior" or "leader" and this usage remained to the Middle Ages.
An article about the origins of the dragon on the Welsh flag, on the BBC Wales
Welsh flag The origins of the Red Dragon flag, or "y Draig Goch", could date back
to the Roman period, when the dragon (or draco) was used by Roman military ...
Apr 2, 2016 ... For most of history, the Welsh dragon was not a very common symbol. In fact, it
was flown by only one king, Cadwaladr ap Cadwallon, who ...