Bannockburn dig may have produced pottery owned by the army of Robert the Bruce

A recent excavation at Bannockburn, Scotland has uncovered several green-glazed pot sherds near the site of the camp of Scottish king Robert the Bruce, leading experts to speculate that the pottery may have belonged to the army.

The artifacts were discovered during a UK£5 million revamp of the Bannockburn Heritage Centre in preparation for the 700th anniversary of the battle.