Definition of Flodden, Battle of in English:

Flodden, Battle of

Syllabification: Flod·den, Battle of
Pronunciation: /ˈflädn
 
/
(also Flodden Field)
A decisive battle of the Anglo-Scottish war of 1513, at Flodden, a hill near the Northumbrian village of Branxton in northeastern England. A Scottish army under James IV was defeated by a smaller but better-led English force and suffered heavy losses, including the king and most of his nobles.

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