Stirling Heads identified

The identities of the 16th century oak carvings of heads found at Stirling Castle in Scotland have long been a mystery, but historian Dr Sally Rush, who has studied the heads, believes she knows their identities.

Rush, who discovered a drawing of the head of Julius Caesar which closely matched one of the Stirling Heads, believes that the carvings include a set of the Nine Worthies, popular in the Middle Ages.