By Michael Brown
The conflict of Bannockburn, fought at the fields south of Stirling at midsummer 1314, is the easiest recognized occasion within the heritage of Medieval Scotland. It was once a special occasion. The conflict of 2 armies, every one led by means of a king, a transparent problem to a conflict to figure out the prestige of Scotland and its survival as a separate realm. As a key aspect within the Anglo-Scottish wars of the fourteenth century, the conflict has been largely mentioned, yet Bannockburn used to be additionally a pivotal occasion within the heritage of the British Isles. This e-book analyses the line to Bannockburn, the crusade of 1314 and the aftermath of the struggle. It demonstrates that during either its context and legacy the conflict had a significant value within the shaping of countries and identities within the overdue Medieval British Isles.
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Bannockburn: The Scottish Wars and the British Isles (1307-1323) by Michael Brown