Scottish rebels led by William Wallace and Andrew Murray regained control of Scotland in 1297. However, the next year Edward I defeated the Scots at Falkirk and Wallace’s capture followed in 1305.
Where did Andrew Moray's rebellion begin?
In the south of Scotland
In the north east of Scotland
In the north west of Scotland
What happened at Irvine in Spring 1297?
Scottish nobles surrendered to the English army
English nobles surrendered to the Scots army
Scottish nobles were defeated in battle by the English army
Who did William Wallace kill in May 1297?
Henry de Percy
The Earl of Surrey
The Sheriff of Lanark
Where did Wallace and Moray join forces?
When was the Battle of Stirling Bridge?
Why were the Scots able to observe English movements before the battle?
They were positioned high on the walls of Stirling Castle
They were positioned on the Abbey Craig Hill
They were positioned beside the river across from the English camp
What type of army units were most affected by the loop in the river and marshy ground?
When did the Battle of Falkirk take place?
Who led the Scottish and English armies at Falkirk?
Wallace and Edward I
Wallace and the Earl of Surrey
Wallace and Edward II
Who became the new Guardians of Scotland after the Battle of Falkirk, and Wallace's resignation?
Robert Bruce and Robert Comyn
John Comyn and Robert Bruce
Robert Bruce and James Douglas