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Battle of Bramham Moor

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Location type: Event
Location address: United Kingdom, Leeds
Number of texts: 1
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The Battle of Bramham Moor on 19 February 1408 was the final battle in the Percy Rebellion of 1402 – 1408, which pitted the Earl of Northumberland, leader of the wealthy and influential Percy family, against the usurper King of England, King Henry IV. The Percys had previously aided Henry IV in his coup d’etat of his cousin King Richard II in 1399.

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