(the) Battle of Bannockburn

(the) Battle of Bannockburn
the Battle of Bannockburn [the Battle of Bannockburn]
a victory for the army of the Scottish king ↑Robert the Bruce over the army of the English king ↑Edward II in 1314. The battle was fought in central Scotland and it allowed Scotland to remain an independent country.

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