Marston Moor English Civil War Battle relics
The Battle of Marston Moor was fought on 2nd July 1644 during the English Civil War 1642–1646. The English Parliamentarians under Lord Fairfax and the Earl of Manchester and the Scottish Covenanters under the Earl of Leven defeated the Royalists commanded by Prince Rupert of the Rhine and the Marquess of Newcastle. Marston Moor was the largest battle ever fought on English soil and at the end of that July day over 4000 Royalists lay dead on the field with over 1500 captured. Parliamentarian losses exceeded 300.
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Relics from the English civil war battle of Marston Moor found 2013-2014 each comes with a full museum report and lifetime certificate of authenticity. All relics are searchable on the finds.org website and include Longitude and latitude coodinates.