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comment How the Red Dragon become associated with Wales?
Though, basically, if I'm not mistaken, your actual question could be summed up as "Wikipedia says we don't know exactly of its origin, is this true?"
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comment How the Red Dragon become associated with Wales?
I suggest you integrate that sentence in the question, so that maybe someone with a deeper knowledge about this might answer you. (if there is a known answer)
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comment How the Red Dragon become associated with Wales?
(hope I didn't sound too rude, it wasn't intentional if it happened)
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comment How the Red Dragon become associated with Wales?
You would be supposed to read the article, and ask specific doubts you still have about it. It's not just a "I'm too lazy to search google or to read sources" site ;)
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comment How the Red Dragon become associated with Wales?
How does the wikipedia article not answer your question?
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comment Identify Mystery Object 40.9.11
This is interesting but totally offtopic…
Jan
26
comment What type of ferry boats were used in England in the early 19th century?
OT: I misread "furry" :v
Jan
23
comment What is the symbolism behind the Sauser family crest from Sigriswil, Switzerland?
@CRSouser please keep us updated, if you don't mind ;)
Jan
19
comment Is chain mail expensive?
@Mark your comment contradicts everything else, since they all claim that creating plate is quite difficult.
Jan
14
awarded  Deputy
Jan
12
comment Why would Cavour ally with France instead of any enemy of Austria that wasn't looking to grab Nice and Savoy?
@SamuelRussell the original question was very badly formatted, true. But "who was Cavour" really needs no explaination: if someone doesn't know, then he doesn't know the answer anyway.
Jan
12
comment Why are dates and locations important in History?
@DavidH I don't think he claims "only the order is important", as much as "the exact date is important only if they overlap, otherwise you don't need to know the exact date".
Jan
12
comment Why are dates and locations important in History?
This is a good question, actually. Yes, many might have opinions on that, but if "exact dates" are still predominantly considered important, there must be a reason. Opinion might be if that reason is good or good-enough, but the reason itself should be known.
Jan
12
comment How common was it for 19th century Americans to visit Europe?
Also keep in mind that you should add to the monetary cost of the trip the cost of "not working for some weeks", which might easily be much greater.
Jan
10
revised Why do some playing cards have only one eye?
+tag[everyday-life]
Jan
10
suggested approved edit on Why do some playing cards have only one eye?
Jan
9
comment Why did Hideyoshi invade Korea?
They really wanted to sit on the Dragon Throne.
Jan
7
comment How prominent were taverns in medieval Europe?
Well, given that between year ~500 and year ~900 cities were very rare and small, and commerce almost non-existant, I'd say this is a really good question.
Jan
6
suggested rejected edit on What do I need to know about Syria's history to understand the 2011-2012 uprising?
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28
comment Searching for a very powerful Indian sword
@Rajib unless it was meant not to be an history book, but a narrative book.