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“This year I received funding and I have now obtained a radiocarbon date in association with the foundation of the stone.
The date that came up is contemporary with the battle.
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Dr Murray Cook, Stirling Council’s archaeologist, first excavated the site ahead of the 700th anniversary of the battle two years ago, and this year obtained further funding to obtain a radiocarbon date of one of the stones’ foundations.