James II and the Siege of Roxburgh
James II of Scotland had reason to be optimistic in 1460 - he was besieging one of the last holdouts of English control in Scotland, and he had consolidated support for his own rule. For his siege, he had some of the most modern and powerful weapons then known: Bombards.
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