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Tango0119 Oct 2019 12:36 p.m. PST

"The Siege of Stirling Castle is quite possibly one of the most famous sieges and it is often referred to as "The Great Siege".

The Castle itself was the center of a lot of dispute and it was sieged and changed hands several times. The Great Siege took place in 1304.

Castles and Fortressess have been sieged in many different ways. The most popular of which was simply starving the occupants out by not allowing them to move in and out of the castle. Eventually they ran out of food, water, and strength which caused them to surrender…"


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