43. Distribution of Horses after Flodden

Document E36/254, which is kept in the National Archives at Kew, records the horses distributed after the Battle of Flodden (1513), from Gilcamyn in Cumberland and from Morpeth in Northumberland.

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43. Distribution of Horses after Flodden

44. Transcribing Scots Documents

A small advert in the Berwickshire News caught my eye. It offered training in the transcription of early modern documents from the secretary hand in which they are written into the writing with which we are familiar today.

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45. Sir Walter Scott’s Letter To William Clerk Concerning The Battle Of Flodden

To commemorate the five centuries which have passed since the Battle of Flodden in 1513, a major four year project known as the Flodden 500 Project started in 2013, with substantial Heritage Lottery Funding.

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45. Sir Walter Scott’s Letter To William Clerk Concerning The Battle Of Flodden

46. Flodden and the Souvenir Industry, Mauchline Ware

In the immediate aftermath of the 1513 battle fought at Branxton, there can be little doubt that successful soldiers, in the manner of soldiers of every age, and local people, collected souvenirs from the battlefield. Although some such items have survived, over the centuries it is not easy to reliably attribute pieces, even of that period, as coming from the battlefield.

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46. Flodden and the Souvenir Industry, Mauchline Ware
After Flodden

After Flodden

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43. Distribution of Horses after Flodden
Julie Gregory  
Document E36/254, which is kept in the National Archives at Kew, records the horses distributed after the Battle of Flodden (1513), from Gilcamyn in Cumberland and from Morpeth in Northumberland.
John Marjoribanks  
A small advert in the Berwickshire News caught my eye. It offered training in the transcription of early modern documents from the secretary hand in which they are written into the writing with which we are familiar today.
45. Sir Walter Scott’s Letter To William Clerk Concerning The Battle Of Flodden
Barry Prater  
To commemorate the five centuries which have passed since the Battle of Flodden in 1513, a major four year project known as the Flodden 500 Project started in 2013, with substantial Heritage Lottery Funding.
46. Flodden and the Souvenir Industry, Mauchline Ware
Jane Bowen  
In the immediate aftermath of the 1513 battle fought at Branxton, there can be little doubt that successful soldiers, in the manner of soldiers of every age, and local people, collected souvenirs from the battlefield. Although some such items have survived, over the centuries it is not easy to...
4 results - showing 1 - 4