Events to mark the 500th anniversary of the Battle of Flodden are continuing this week.
More than 14,000 Scottish and English soldiers died in the battle at Branxton in Northumberland on 9th September 1513.
For one family, the anniversary has particular significance because they're descended from a Scottish Borders clan which was virtually wiped out in the battle. At this year's gathering, the Elliot's retraced the footsteps of their ancestors.
Exactly 500 years ago, 14,000 men died in one of the bloodiest battles in Scottish and English history.
The Scottish king, James IV became the last British monarch to be killed on British soil.
The Scots lost around 10,000men, the English 4,000 in just three hours of fierce fighting.
Clan chiefs gathered in Edinburgh this morning to commemorate the Battle of Flodden.
Many Border clans were virtually wiped out during the fierce fighting between the English and the Scots on September 9, 1513.
In total, 14,000 men were killed.
Today, they came to remembered those who died.
A service of commemoration was held in Edinburgh this morning to mark 500 years since the battle of Flodden.
Around 14,000 men died in three hours of fierce fighting on September 9, 1513.
King James IV of Scotland became the last British monarch to die on British soil.
A special ceremony to remember the men from the Borders who fought - and died - in the battle of Flodden began on Thursday. A flag created for the 500th anniversary was unveiled after a service at the Flodden memorial.
It's just a few days until the anniversary of the battle that claimed thousands of Scots and English lives. Jenny Longden reports.