Robert Bruce set out to gain independence and the Scottish crown. Bruce’s victory over the English helped pave the way for the Declaration of Arbroath and the Treaty of Edinburgh-Northampton.
Who did Robert Bruce kill in Greyfriars Kirk in 1306?
When did Robert Bruce's coronation take place?
Where was Bruce defeated in 1306?
Methven Wood and Dalry
Methven Wood and Loudoun Hill
Glen Trool and Dalry
Why did Robert Bruce gain the nickname 'King Hob'?
He was the grandson of Robert Bruce the Competitor and hobbled when he walked.
He was mocked as the ‘King of Nobody’
His treatment of soldiers in his army was very generous in terms of food provisions.
Why was Bruce not attacked by Edward I after Bruce returned to Scotland in 1307?
Edward I was fighting in France
Bruce was able to avoid his army
Edward I died near the Scottish border in July
Where did Bruce defeat the Earl of Buchan?
At the Battle of Inverurie
At the Battle of Loudoun Hill
At the Battle of the Pass of Brander
When did Bruce hold his first parliament?
The Battle of Bannockburn occurred in which year?
Who led the English forces at Bannockburn?
Amyer de Valance
Who killed Henry de Bohun on the first day of the Battle of Bannockburn?
Why could the English knights not attack effectively on the second day of the Battle of Bannockburn?
There was not enough English cavalry
The Scottish schiltrons were too strong for them
The ground was too marshy
What happened to the English archers at Bannockburn?
They fled the battle in fear
They were scattered by the Scottish cavalry
They ran out of arrows
Who showed their support for Bruce by signing the Declaration of Arbroath?
The Scottish nobles
The Scottish clergy
The Scottish peasants
Which treaty was signed in 1328?
The Treaty of Birgham
The Treaty of Edinburgh-Northampton
The Treaty of Edinburgh-Northumberland
Which of the following statements were key to this 1328 treaty?
Scottish independence was guaranteed. Scotland was not to raise an army against England.
Robert the Bruce was recognised as the King of Scots. Scottish independence was guaranteed.
Robert the Bruce was recognised as the King of Scots. Scotland was not to raise an army against England.