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William Wallace

AP World History
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Arnelle Sambile

on 1 June 2011

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William Wallace 1. Where is he from? Elderslie, Renfrewshire, Scotland Alan Wallace & Margaret Crauford William Malcom John 11. Timeline - Dates 1272: William Wallace is born. 1291: Alan and John Wallace are killed in Loundon Hill. 1297: In May, William kills William de Heselrig, the English High Sheriff of Lanar , in order to avenge his recent wife, Marion Braidfute of Lamington. 1296: On Christmas, William rebels in Lanark. 1297: On September 9 or September 11 (the date is in debate), William, along with Andrew Moray, led the Scottish into victory against the English. 1298: On April first, William lost at the Battle of Falkirk where the English invaded Scotland at Roxburgh. 1297: William ambushes the English at the Battle of Kinclaven. 1305: On August 5, Wallace is turned in to the English by John de Menteith, a Scottish knight who was loyal to Edward. 1305: On the 23 of August, William is beheaded after being released from being hung, castrated, and eviscerated. Arnelle Sambile & Noel Vinas 111. This is a drawing of William Wallace which portrays him in a respectful, loyal way. He is depicted in luxurious clothing in order to convey wealth, which is contradicting because he did not have much money to his name. This is Mel Gibson acting as William Wallace in the the top rating movie, Braveheart. This reenactment of his is very contrasting to the drawing of him; the main difference being the amount of facial hair and length of hair. 1v The Beliefs of William Wallace Not much is found about the beliefs of William Wallace.
He yearned for the independance of Scotland.
He was of the Christian faith. V. Two Visuals This is a depiction of William Wallce leading the Scottish to victory against the English in the Battle of Cressingham, or also known as the Battle of Stirling, with 300 cavalry, 10,000 infantry against 1,000 to 3,000 cavalry, 15,000-50,000 infantry. This is yet another picture of William Wallace where he is drawn in a heroic manner, which is emphasized by the sword. He is potrayed as though he has just conquered land or won a battle against the English. VI. Quotes by William Wallce Quotes about William Wallace "This is the truth I tell you:
of all things freedom’s most fine.
Never submit to live, my son,
in the bonds of slavery entwined." -- William Wallce in Scotichronicon by Walter Bower. "We come here with no peaceful intent, but ready for battle, determined to avenge our wrongs and set our country free." -- Stated before the Battle or Stirling as said in the History of Scotland (1841) by Patrick Fraser Tytler. "Wallace had behind him the spirit of a race as stern and as resolute as any bred among men. He added military gifts of a high order. Out of an unorganized mass of valiant fighting men he forged, in spite of cruel poverty and primitive administration, a stubborn, indomitable army, ready to fight at any odds and mock defeat." --Sir Winston Churchill. 1. 2. VII. Historical Significance VIII. Bibliography Corporation, British Broadcasting. "BBC - History - Scottish History." BBC - Homepage. Web. 31 May 2011. <http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/scottishhistory/independence/features_independence_wallace.shtml>. Corporation, British Broadcasting. "BBC - History - Scottish History." BBC - Homepage. Web. 31 May 2011. <http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/scottishhistory/independence/features_independence_wallace.shtml>. Wallace Man and Myth. Web. 31 May 2011. <http://wallace.scran.ac.uk/>. "Sir William Wallace." The Divine History of Jesus According Cristo Raul. The Heart of Mary. Web. 31 May 2011. <http://www.third-millennium-library.com/readinghall/GalleryofHistory/WilliamWallace/Door.html>. William Wallace is significant because he fought for the independance of the Scottish people. He inspired and motivated his people to push on for a dream that seemed absurdly unrealistic at the time. In the end, his movements and rebellions left long lasting effects and changes on Scotland.
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