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- Scarborough Castle : Ruined stone castle on the east coast of Yorkshire, England, begun in mid-twelfth century.
- Scarborough, North Yorkshire : Seaside resort, fishing port and former spa town on the east coast of North Yorkshire, England; once an important mediaeval port and site of a major royal castle (population about 52,000).
- English Civil War : 1641-1651 conflict between Parliamentarians and Royalists loyal to the monarchy.
- Siege : When one side during hostilities attempts to blockade the other within a population centre or structure such as a city or a castle.
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