Archaeologists search for site of Battle of Bannockburn

From theĀ Telegraph:

Archaeologists launched a bid to uncover the site one of the most famous battles in Scottish history – in the grounds of a police headquarters.

Archaeologists launched a bid to uncover the site one of the most famous battles in Scottish history — in the grounds of a police headquarters.

Central Scotland Police’s headquarters at Randolphfield, Stirling, is named after Sir Thomas Randolph, one of the commanders of Robert the Bruce’s army at the Battle of Bannockburn in 1314.

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