Robert the Bruce’s ancient pottery

Published on March 28th, 2011 | by Admin

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Archaeologists in Scotland have found ancient pottery that may have been used by Robert the Bruce and his Scottish Army in 1314.

“Borestone could have been the site for the Scots camp prior to the famous Battle of Bannockburn.

“If a large number of Scottish spear-men and camp followers stayed on this spot in the first half of June 1314, it is possible that artefacts and rubbish pits may have been left behind.

“We found some sherds of pottery which may be medieval. They will go away for dating, but they may be an indication of Bruce’s camp.”

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