Which river was the site of the Battle of Sterling Bridge?

  • The River Forth correct

    The Battle of Sterling Bridge took place at the River Forth. The Scots allowed close to half of England's army to cross the constricted bridge before attacking with their spearman. As England retreated, English commander John de Warenne ordered to have the wooden bridge set on fire and dismantled so the Scots wouldn't follow their retreat. Source: educationscotland.gov.uk

  • The River Thames
  • The River Severn
  • The Mersey River
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