Archaeologists search for the body of James IV at Flodden

On 19 September 1513, Scottish King James IV was killed at the Battle of Flodden in Northumberland, England, along with 10,000 other Scots. Now archaeologists are scouring the battlefield, hoping to find the remains of the king. The project marks the 500th anniversary of the battle.

Most experts believed that the body of James IV was taken and disposed of in London, but a few hold hope that James, like Richard III, will be found, shedding new light on the "Renaissance monarch" who was interested in science and the arts.