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Robert the Bruce and the Battle of Bannockburn - new History Scotland digital special

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Discover the story of Robert the Bruce's hard-fought victory at the Battle of Bannockburn in this History Scotland history guide, released to mark the start of filming on the new Netflix movie The Outlaw King.

In this collection of research from the 700-year-anniversary special edition of History Scotland, historians and archaeologists explore:

·      Why the Battle of Bannockburn was fought

·      Whether Robert the Bruce deliberately led the enemy to a battle site of his choice

·      What finds have been discovered on the battle site

·      What new scientific techniques can tell us about how the conditions on the day affected the outcome of the battle​

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