- a battle in which the Scots under Robert the Bruce defeated the English and assured the independence of Scotland
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a battle in which the Scots under Robert the Bruce defeated the English and assured the independence of Scotland
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town, Stirling council area, historic county of Stirlingshire, Scotland. Located slightly to the east of the famous battlefield to which it lent its ... [1 related articles]
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For the famous 14th century battle in Scottish history see Battle of Bannockburn. There are several places called Bannockburn. All are probably named after the original village of Bannockburn near Stirling, Scotland, and were created by settlers from the Scottish diaspora of the 18th and 19th centuries. See also: ...
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Bannockburn (Scottish Gaelic Allt a` Bhonnaich) is a village immediately south of the city of Stirling in Scotland. It is named after the Bannock Burn, a burn (small stream) running through the village before flowing into the River Forth. ==History== Land in the vicinity of Bannockburn village, probably between the Pelstream and Bannock burns, wa.
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Bannockburn (băn'ukbûrn", băn"ukbûrn') , moor and parish, Stirling, central Scotland, on the Bannock River. Textiles are manufactured in the parish. In 1314 on the moor, a Scottish army of 10,000 led by Robert Bruce routed 23,000 English under Edward II, thus cl...
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