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14th Century 30 Oct 2006 02:42 #1

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RE:14th Century 30 Oct 2006 06:57 #2

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A slider with heel calks, cool.

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RE:14th Century 30 Oct 2006 07:05 #3

I thought in those days they used drafts because of the weight of the harnesses those knights were wearing. An 0 is not a draft size not even in England.


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RE:14th Century 30 Oct 2006 07:51 #4

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Spooky I said on a PM here just yesterday that I had a "collection" of horse shoes through the ages and if there was interest I'd photograph them.

My farm is at Flodden and for those who haven't heard of it, in 1513 there was a battle here between the English and the Scotish Kingdoms and which led to the Unification - or The United Kingdom. King James of Scotland died here - the last King ever to die in battle as did 16,000 others.

Cannon were brought down to my land from Edinburgh by heavy horses. Officers rode what we could consider the equivalent of heavy hunters and there were smaller lighter horses too.

My land has been grazing land since and we frequently get such as horse shoes, bits of metal from harness and tack, pike staff ends, billhooks, musket ***** and cannon ***** coming to surface.

I await King James gold bullion! :rolleyes:

p.s. just noticed Ron's posting - the officers and noblemen didn't ordinarily ride draft horses - they were too slow! Such as Hanovarians and Cleveland bays the sort used.
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RE:14th Century 30 Oct 2006 09:24 #5

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probabley went on one of those pooooooooor lill ponies the were used to carrie BIG FAT FRYERS AND TAX collectors about ;)
Mark Anthony Amor
If we want anymore excrement like that outta you we'll squeese ya head :eek:
Mind how ya go now ;)
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RE:14th Century 30 Oct 2006 12:18 #6

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Thomas_Ride&Drive wrote:
My farm is at Flodden and for those who haven't heard of it, in 1513 there was a battle here between the English and the Scotish Kingdoms and which led to the Unification - or The United Kingdom. King James of Scotland died here - the last King ever to die in battle as did 16,000 others.
Maybe if more Kings(and their moden day equivalents)died in battle, we'd all find less reason to go to war.

Wasn't the 1513 era that of William Wallace and all that good stuff we saw in the Braveheart movie?

Maybe you'll take some photos of the shoes you've found and post them for us, Thomas?
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RE:14th Century 30 Oct 2006 21:18 #7

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That shoe looks like one of mine off the front end of a Plantation walker or a speed racking horse.
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RE:14th Century 31 Oct 2006 23:37 #8

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Wasn't the 1513 era that of William Wallace and all that good stuff we saw in the Braveheart movie? ?[/QUOTE]
No and yes :rolleyes:

William Wallace was put to death in 1305 and after he was hung drawn and quartered, his body was scattered to the four corners of England - His head being buried at Wallace Green in the border town of Berwick Upon Tweed - and not far from me.

However in the film Braveheart, considerable poetic licence was used and they did indeed have Mel Gibson fighting at Flodden. :rolleyes: wrote:
img.photobucket.com/albums/v258/flodden_...ding/FloddenRide.jpg[/img]

Maybe you'll take some photos of the shoes you've found and post them for us, Thomas?
I'll rustle some shoes up and get some photos tomorrow - got my farriers in too so will put them next to some modern shoes so you can compare size etc.
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RE:14th Century 31 Oct 2006 23:39 #9

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The cavalcade leaves Coldstream (led out by the Coldstream Guards and a piped band):


The gallop to Flodden with the standard
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RE:14th Century 01 Nov 2006 00:22 #10

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Thomas,

What a great and fascinating tale! Thanks for that wonderful lesson in history. I'm sure your grandkids and your children before them sit/sat spellbound as you became the raconteur of legend and lore.

I'm sure there must be much more as to why the body count was 3-1 against the Scots.

As Mel William Wallace Gibson cried, "FREEEEEEEEEDOOOOOOMMMMMMMM :o :)
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RE:14th Century 01 Nov 2006 00:22 #11

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All I can say is "Way too cool"! Gary
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RE:14th Century 01 Nov 2006 00:48 #12

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To be honest its just not possible to live somewhere like this and not know your history.

Its a spooky coincidence I've ended up at Flodden as my surname is also Fletcher - same as the survivor that rode back to Selkirk.

The Flodden and Fletcher story is major part of Selkirk’s heritage and as such is remembered at the climax of the annual Selkirk Common Riding where each trade incorporation casts a flag in the Selkirk market place

From the poem Selkirk after Flodden and in Scottish Dialect - never quite mastered by Mel Gibson ;) :
Frae every cleuch and clan
The best o’ the braid Border
Rose like a single man
To meet the royal order.
Oor Burgh toun ltsel’
Sent its seventy doun the glen ;
Ask Fletcher how they fell,
Bravely fechting, ane to ten !
O Flodden Field !

Round about their gallant King,
For countrie and for croon,
Stude the dauntless Border ring
Till the last was hackit doon,
I blame na what has been -
They maun fa' that canna flee -
But oh! To see what I hae seen,
To see what now I see!
O Flodden Field!


The annual Flag Casting
http://www.selkirk.bordernet.co.uk/commonriding/2005/images/3088-1.html
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RE:14th Century 01 Nov 2006 09:28 #13

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Some old shoes that were immediately to hand....



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RE:14th Century 02 Nov 2006 02:53 #14

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Thomas,
Thank you for puting this up for us. The shoe in the upper left corner looks like one of mine except that mine are never thrown.
I was reading to my wife from your post and she was actually interested and comented on your fine writing rather than not wanting to hear about that #@%^&! waste of time computer.
Bill

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I don't give a damn for a man who can only spell a word one way. Mark Twain
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RE:14th Century 02 Nov 2006 13:40 #15

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Bill Adams wrote:
Thomas,
Thank you for puting this up for us. The shoe in the upper left corner looks like one of mine except that mine are never thrown.
I was reading to my wife from your post and she was actually interested and comented on your fine writing rather than not wanting to hear about that #@%^&! waste of time computer.
Bill

Clearly you are married to a woman of taste ;)
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