The spot said to be where James II of Scotland was felled, Roxborough Castle, Roxburghshire c.1868

Dutton, J&J

The spot said to be where James II of Scotland was felled, Roxborough Castle, Roxburghshire c.1868
2 9 c m
40cm
actual image size: 32cm x 21cm

Description

A carte de visite by J. & J. Dutton, photographers, Bath. The Scots besieged Roxburgh in 1460; in the course of the action King James II of Scotland was killed by shrapnel when one of his own cannons (known as a bombard) exploded.

Image Details

Artist / Photographer
 
Image Reference
 
53681
Collection Reference
 
Private Album 2
Original Width (mm)
 
91
Original Height (mm)
 
59
Collection Location
 
Private Collection

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