Battle of Stracathro
Coordinates: The Battle of Stracathro, also known as the Battle of Inchbare, took place on 16 April 1130 about 3 miles north of Brechin, Scotland, near the River North Esk. Óengus of Moray and Máel Coluim mac Alaxandair invaded Scotland with 5000 warriors according to the Anglo-Norman chronicler Orderic Vitalis. The forces loyal to David I of Scotland under Edward, Constable of Scotland met and defeated the invading army. Óengus of Moray was killed along with some 4000 of the Moravians.
|Battle of Stracathro|
|Kingdom of Scotland||
Kingdom of Moray|
Kingdom of Ross
|Commanders and leaders|
|Edward, Constable of Scotland||
Óengus of Moray †|
|Casualties and losses|
- Marjorie Chibnall (translator), The Ecclesiastical History of Orderic Vitalis, 6 volumes, Oxford Medieval Texts, 1968–1980, vol iv.
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