Robert the Bruce


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Noun1.Robert the Bruce - king of Scotland from 1306 to 1329Robert the Bruce - king of Scotland from 1306 to 1329; defeated the English army under Edward II at Bannockburn and gained recognition of Scottish independence (1274-1329)
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The topic will be the Brothers of Robert the Bruce.
Robert the Bruce is a hero to many Scots for defeating the English at the Bannockburn in 1314.
Film-makers behind the new Robert The Bruce and Mary Queen of Scots movies snubbed extras from Scots talent agencies in favour of English-based firms.
Robert the Bruce of Scotland has been known to appear in the most unexpected places.
uk THE UK Government have blocked a bid to take a precious 14th century seal commissioned by King Robert the Bruce out of the country.
During his campaign for recognition as the 12th Laird of Saltoun, Mr Matthews tried to get a DNA sample from Scottish king Robert the Bruce, believing him to be an ancestor of the Talbot Fletchers, after a 600-year-old mummified heart, thought to be that of Robert the Bruce, was found in a lead casket in Melrose Abbey.
1307: Edward I, having conquered the Welsh, died on his way to Scotland to fight Robert the Bruce.
GAME OF THRONES Robert the Bruce beats Edward II, again
Real Deal THe story of this crusade with the heart of Robert the Bruce became part of the Douglas family history.
The Battle of Bannockburn was the climax of the career of King Robert the Bruce of Scotland.
Volume I of the Tollan Trilogy, Banking, Beer & Robert the Bruce is the debut novel of globe-trotting ski instructor, insurance company worker, windsurfer, and restauranteur T.
Patrick McGoohan as Longshanks (King Edward I of England) is properly vile (Longshanks was a particularly despicable monarch), and Angus McFadyen as the waffling Robert the Bruce proves that he's an underappreciated actor.