The Battle of Flodden Field :: Shared Description

Also called the Battle of Branxton Moor. It was fought on September 9th 1513 between an invading Scots army under King James IV and an English army commanded by Thomas Howard, Earl of Surrey. It ended in a victory for the English and was the largest battle (in terms of numbers) fought between the two nations.

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by Andrew Curtis
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23 images use this description:

NT9038 : Field north-east of Branxton by Andrew Curtis
NT8936 : The Flodden Battlefield Trail by Andrew Curtis
NT8837 : Flodden Monument, Piper's Hill by Andrew Curtis
NT9135 : Sybil's Well, Flodden Hill by Andrew Curtis
NT8837 : The Flodden Battlefield Trail by Andrew Curtis
NT8937 : Minor Road to Branxton by Andrew Curtis
NT8837 : Flodden Monument, Stock Law by Andrew Curtis
NT8936 : Flodden Battlefield from the east side of Branxton Hill by Andrew Curtis
NT9239 : Etal castle keep by Stephen Craven
NT8937 : 'The Killing Fields' by Andrew Curtis
NT9135 : Sybil's Well, Flodden Hill (detail) by Andrew Curtis
NT9136 : Field of oats south of Blinkbonny by Andrew Curtis
NT8936 : Valley at the centre of the Battle of Flodden Field by Andrew Curtis
NT8936 : Branxton Hill by Andrew Curtis
NT8837 : The Flodden Battlefield Memorial by Andrew Curtis
NT9136 : Track to Flodden Hill by Andrew Curtis
NT9036 : View over the hedge to King's Chair Hill by Andrew Curtis
NT8937 : The Flodden Battlefield Trail by Andrew Curtis
NT8936 : Flodden Battlefield panorama by Andrew Curtis
NT9137 : Pace Hill by Andrew Curtis
NT8937 : St. Paul's Church, Branxton by Andrew Curtis
NT8936 : The Flodden Battlefield Trail by Andrew Curtis
NT9137 : Path to Blinkbonny from Pace Hill by Andrew Curtis


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Created: Sun, 27 Jun 2010, Updated: Tue, 29 Jun 2010

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