battle of Cravant

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In the summer of 1423, the earl of Salisbury with his Burgundian allies marched to relieve Cravant on the river Yonne in France. The besiegers, led by the earl of Buchan, constable of France, were caught on 1 August between the garrison, making a sortie, and Salisbury's men, and badly defeated.

Subjects: British History.

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