Norham (/ˈnɒrəm/ NORR-əm) is a village and civil parish in Northumberland, England, just south of the River Tweed and the border with Scotland. It is the site of the 12th century Norham Castle, and was for many years the centre for the Norhamshire exclave of County Durham. It was transferred to Northumberland in 1844. It was on the Tweed here that Edward I of England met the Scots nobility in 1292 to decide on the future king of Scotland. Sir Walter Scott gained fame as a poet, particularly with Marmion set around the Battle of Flodden in 1513. It begins:

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  • Norham (/ˈnɒrəm/ NORR-əm) is a village and civil parish in Northumberland, England, just south of the River Tweed and the border with Scotland. It is the site of the 12th century Norham Castle, and was for many years the centre for the Norhamshire exclave of County Durham. It was transferred to Northumberland in 1844. It was on the Tweed here that Edward I of England met the Scots nobility in 1292 to decide on the future king of Scotland. Sir Walter Scott gained fame as a poet, particularly with Marmion set around the Battle of Flodden in 1513. It begins: Day set on Norham's castled steep,And Tweed's fair river, broad and deep,And Cheviot's mountains lone:The battled towers, the donjon keep,The loophole grates where captives weep,The flanking walls that round it sweep,In yellow lustre shone. The 19th century Ladykirk and Norham Bridge is a late stone road bridge that connects the village with Ladykirk in the Scottish Borders. J. M. W. Turner always tipped his hat to Norham Castle, as it was the place which brought him fame as an artist. The picture of the castle which hangs in Tate Britain, luminously near-abstract, is one of the great treasures of the collection. Norham railway station, built 1851, closed in 1965 and was turned into a museum by its final station master, Peter Short. In 2013 it was up for sale at an asking price of £420,000. (en)
  • Norham ist ein Ort in Northumberland, England, direkt am Südufer des Tweed und der Grenze zu Schottland. Norham Castle aus dem 12. Jahrhundert war lange Zeit das Zentrum von Norhamshire, einer Exklave des County Durham, die 1844 zu Northumberland kam. Im Jahr 1292 traf hier der englische König Eduard I. den schottischen Adel, um den zukünftigen König Schottlands zu bestimmen. Walter Scotts Gedicht Marmion, das die Schlacht von Flodden Field (1513) behandelt, beginnt mit den Versen: Day set on Norham's castled steep,And Tweed's fair river, broad and deep,And Cheviot's mountains lone:The battled towers, the donjon keep,The loophole grates where captives weep,The flanking walls that round it sweep,In yellow lustre shone. Der Maler William Turners Bild von Norham Castle hängt in der Tate Gallery of British Art, und ist eines der wertvollsten Werke der Galerie. (de)
  • Norham (/ˈnɒrəm/) est un village du Northumberland, en Angleterre, situé juste au sud de la Tweed et de la frontière écossaise. Il abrite le château de Norham, construit au XIIe siècle. C'est là qu'Édouard Ier d'Angleterre rencontra les Écossais en 1292 pour décider du futur roi d'Écosse. * Portail de l’Angleterre Portail de l’Angleterre (fr)
  • Norham is een plaats en civil parish in het bestuurlijke gebied Northumberland, in het Engelse graafschap Northumberland met 536 inwoners. Civil parishes in unitary authority Northumberland Acklington · Acomb · Adderstone with Lucker · Akeld · Allendale · Alnham · Alnmouth · Alnwick · Alwinton · Amble by the Sea · Ancroft · Bamburgh · Bardon Mill · Bavington · Beadnell · Belford · Bellingham · Belsay · Berwick upon Tweed · Bewick · Biddlestone · Birtley · Blanchland · Bowsden · Branxton · Brinkburn · Broomhaugh and Riding · Broomley and Stocksfield · Bywell · Callaly · Capheaton · Carham · Cartington · Chatton · Chillingham · Chollerton · Coanwood · Corbridge · Cornhill on Tweed · Corsenside · Craster · Cresswell · Denwick · Doddington · Duddo · Earle · Easington · East Chevington · Edlingham · Eglingham · Ellingham · Ellington and Linton · Elsdon · Embleton · Ewart · Falstone · Featherstone · Felton · Ford · Glanton · Greenhead · Greystead · Haltwhistle · Harbottle · Hartburn · Hartleyburn · Hauxley · Haydon · Healey · Hebron · Heddon on the Wall · Hedgeley · Hedley · Henshaw · Hepple · Hepscott · Hesleyhurst · Hexham · Hexhamshire · Hollinghill · Holy Island · Horncliffe · Horsley · Humshaugh · Ilderton · Ingram · Kielder · Kilham · Kirknewton · Kirkwhelpington · Knaresdale with Kirkhaugh · Kyloe · Lesbury · Lilburn · Longframlington · Longhirst · Longhorsley · Longhoughton · Lowick · Lynemouth · Matfen · Meldon · Melkridge · Middleton · Milfield · Mitford · Morpeth · Netherton · Netherwitton · Newbrough · Newton by the Sea · Newton on the Moor and Swarland · Norham · North Sunderland · Nunnykirk · Ord · Otterburn · Ovingham · Ovington · Pegswood · Plenmeller with Whitfield · Ponteland · Prudhoe · Rennington · Rochester · Roddam · Rothbury · Rothley · Sandhoe · Shilbottle · Shoreswood · Shotley Low Quarter · Simonburn · Slaley · Snitter · Stamfordham · Stannington · Tarset · Thirlwall · Thirston · Thropton · Togston · Tritlington and West Chevington · Ulgham · Wall · Wallington Demesne · Warden · Wark · Warkworth · West Allen · Whalton · Whittingham · Whittington · Whitton and Tosson · Widdrington Station and Stobswood · Widdrington · Wooler · Wylam (nl)
  • Norham – wieś w Anglii, w hrabstwie Northumberland. Leży 90 km na północny zachód od miasta Newcastle upon Tyne i 487 km na północ od Londynu. W 2001 miejscowość liczyła 536 mieszkańców. (pl)
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  • Norham (/ˈnɒrəm/) est un village du Northumberland, en Angleterre, situé juste au sud de la Tweed et de la frontière écossaise. Il abrite le château de Norham, construit au XIIe siècle. C'est là qu'Édouard Ier d'Angleterre rencontra les Écossais en 1292 pour décider du futur roi d'Écosse. * Portail de l’Angleterre Portail de l’Angleterre (fr)
  • Norham – wieś w Anglii, w hrabstwie Northumberland. Leży 90 km na północny zachód od miasta Newcastle upon Tyne i 487 km na północ od Londynu. W 2001 miejscowość liczyła 536 mieszkańców. (pl)
  • Norham (/ˈnɒrəm/ NORR-əm) is a village and civil parish in Northumberland, England, just south of the River Tweed and the border with Scotland. It is the site of the 12th century Norham Castle, and was for many years the centre for the Norhamshire exclave of County Durham. It was transferred to Northumberland in 1844. It was on the Tweed here that Edward I of England met the Scots nobility in 1292 to decide on the future king of Scotland. Sir Walter Scott gained fame as a poet, particularly with Marmion set around the Battle of Flodden in 1513. It begins: (en)
  • Norham ist ein Ort in Northumberland, England, direkt am Südufer des Tweed und der Grenze zu Schottland. Norham Castle aus dem 12. Jahrhundert war lange Zeit das Zentrum von Norhamshire, einer Exklave des County Durham, die 1844 zu Northumberland kam. Im Jahr 1292 traf hier der englische König Eduard I. den schottischen Adel, um den zukünftigen König Schottlands zu bestimmen. Walter Scotts Gedicht Marmion, das die Schlacht von Flodden Field (1513) behandelt, beginnt mit den Versen: (de)
  • Norham is een plaats en civil parish in het bestuurlijke gebied Northumberland, in het Engelse graafschap Northumberland met 536 inwoners. Civil parishes in unitary authority Northumberland Acklington · Acomb · Adderstone with Lucker · Akeld · Allendale · Alnham · Alnmouth · Alnwick · Alwinton · Amble by the Sea · Ancroft · Bamburgh · Bardon Mill · Bavington · Beadnell · Belford · Bellingham · Belsay · Berwick upon Tweed · Bewick · Biddlestone · Birtley · Blanchland · Bowsden · Branxton · Brinkburn · Broomhaugh and Riding · Broomley and Stocksfield · Bywell · Callaly · Capheaton · Carham · Cartington · Chatton · Chillingham · Chollerton · Coanwood · Corbridge · Cornhill on Tweed · Corsenside · Craster · Cresswell · Denwick · Doddington · Duddo · Earle · Easington · East Chevington · Edling (nl)
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