The Fall of the Kingdom of Northumbria

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The Fall of the Kingdom of Northumbria
Author : Dr. Clifton Wilcox
File Size : 51,7 Mb
Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
Language : English
Release Date : 05 December 2014
ISBN : 9781503523579
Pages : 116 pages
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The Fall of the Kingdom of Northumbria by Dr. Clifton Wilcox Book PDF Summary

The Battle of Dunnichen is significant since it marked the turning point in the history of the Picts and marked their independence from the Kingdom of Northumbria. Not only is this possibly the best documented event in the history of the Picts, but it also allowed them to overthrow the Northumbrian rule and the dark shadow it cast over all northern peoples. Without the leadership of King Bridei and his courageous followers, Scotland as we know it may not have existed. The battle also helped to define the Scottish/English border that remains today, a border that could have been pushed further north by the Northumbrians if they had not been stopped.

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