MEDIEVAL WARFARE XI.3 - THE BATTLE OF LARGS
NORWAY'S INVASION OF SCOTLAND
During the thirteenth century, Norway and Scotland vied for control of the Hebrides. This would lead to a clash at Largs in 1263.
heme: The Battle of Largs
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