Archaeologists working at the site of the world's most northerly Roman fort may have found the remains of a key location in Scottish history.
Medieval ruins were found near a roman fort on the Gask Frontier in Angus.
Balliol's ceremonial disrobing has been described as one of the saddest hours in Scottish history.
The Gask frontier, was a line of forts and watchtowers which predates Hadrian's Wall and stretched from Doune, near Stirling to Stracathro, near Brechin.
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