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Flodden,

field, Northumberland, N England, just across the border from Coldstream, Scotland. It was the scene of the battle of Flodden Field (1513), in which the English under Thomas Howard, 2d duke of Norfolk, defeated the Scots under James IV, who was killed.

Flodden

a hill in Northumberland where invading Scots were defeated by the English in 1513 and James IV of Scotland was killed
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At its climax there is a Casting of the Colours ceremony to commemorate the battle of Flodden, when the town famously sent 80 men with the Scottish King James IV and only one, Fletcher, returned with a blood-stained English flag.
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King James IV of Scotland is defeated by the English at the Battle of Flodden Field.
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The weapons and an emerald ring were taken from the body of King James IV after he was slain by the English at the Battle of Flodden in Northumberland in September 1513.