Battlefields of England and Scotland
This chronological gazetteer of the battlefi elds of England and Scotland shows you how to find them and it includes 70 sites, each with a description map of the bat tle which took place there. Various baronial and border wars are included. '
- Paperback | 184 pages
- 129.3 x 209.6 x 13.2mm | 335.66g
- 04 Mar 2008
- Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
- Shire Publications
- London, United Kingdom
- many b/w illus and figs
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Table of contents
Introduction; Locations of battle sites; Ashdown, 8th January 871; Ethandun, 878; Maldon, 11th August 991; Stamford Bridge, 25th September 1066; Hastings, 14th October 1066; The Standard, Northallerton, 22nd August 1138; Lewes, 14th May 1264; Evesham, 4th August 1265; Stirling Bridge, 11th September 1297; Bannockburn, 24th June 1314; Myton, 20th September 1319; Boroughbridge, 16th March 1322; Halidon Hill, 19th July 1333; Neville's Cross, 17th October 1346; Otterburn, 19th August 1388; Homildon Hill, 14th September 1402; Shrewsbury, 21st July 1403; Harlaw, 24th July 1411; St Albans, 22nd May 1455; Blore Heath, 23rd September 1469; Northampton, 10th July 1460; Mortimer's Cross, 2nd February 1461; Towton, 29th March 1461; Hedgeley Moor, 25th April 1464; Edgecote, 26th July 1469; Barnet, 14th April 1471; Tewkesbury, 4th May 1471; Bosworth Field, 22nd August 1485; Stoke, 16th June 1487; Flodden, 9th September 1513; Ancrum Moor, 27th September 1545; Pinkie, 10th September 1547; Langside, 13th May 1568; Newburn Ford, 28th August 1640; Edgehill, 23rd October 1642; Stratton, 16th May 1643; Chalgrove Field, 18th June 1643; Adwalton Moor, 30th June 1643; lansdown, 6th July 1643; Roundway Down, 13th July 1643; Newbury I, 20th September 1643; Winceby, 11th October 1643; Nantwich, 25th January 1644; Newark, 21st March 1644; Cheriton, 29th March 1644; Cropredy Bridge, 29th June 1644; Marston Moor, 2nd July 1644; Lostwithiel, 2nd September 1644; Newbury II, 28th October 1644; Auldearn, 9th May 1645; Naseby, 14th June 1645; Alford, 2nd July 1645; Langport, 10th July 1645; Kilsyth, 15th August 1645; Philiphaugh, 13th September 1645; Rowton Heath, 24th September 1645; Preston, 17-18th August 1648; Dunbar, 3rd September 1650; Worcester, 3rd September 1651; Bothwell Bridge, 22nd June 1679; Sedgemoor, 6th July 1685; Killiecrankie, 27th July 1689; Sheriffmuir, 13th November 1715; Glen Shiel, 10th June 1719; Prestopans, 21st September 1745; Clifton Moor, 18th December 1745; Falkirk, 17th January 1746; Culloden, 16th April 1746; Bibliography; Useful Addresses
About John Kinross
John Kinross studied history at Exeter University and spent three years training as a Chartered Accountant, before taking up publishing. He is a Blue Badge Guide for the South West Region and was Honorary Secretary of the Taunton branch of the Historical Association.