Work began on Monday [3rd October] at the site for the new visitor centre at Bannockburn.
As well as looking for clues about the battle of Bannockburn itself, archaeologists will be trying to identify a possible Roman road that was identified as running through the area in an Ordnance Survey map drawn up during the 19th century.
Derek Alexander, Head of Archaeological Services at the National Trust for Scotland said that, “The survey will hopefully identify any linear features which may be a trackway or road and old field boundaries. It may also locate pits associated with camp of the Scots army."
This is all part of the preparation work for the new visitor centre at Bannockburn...it will be interesting to see what they find...
The project is a joint venture between the National Trust for Scotland and Historic Scotland and you can find out more at the Historic Scotland website.
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