Robert the Bruce


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Robert the Bruce:

see Robert IRobert I
or Robert the Bruce,
1274–1329, king of Scotland (1306–29). He belonged to the illustrious Bruce family and was the grandson of that Robert the Bruce who in 1290 was an unsuccessful claimant to the Scottish throne.
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, king of Scotland.
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"A very elaborate tomb was discovered at Dunfermline Abbey in the early 1800s, and it was assumed to relate to Robert the Bruce because he was the most famous king buried there," explained Dr Cook.
A Cineworld spokesman said: "We are pleased to have been able to make room in the schedule for Robert the Bruce and it will be playing at Cineworld in Scotland."
Tickets for all screenings of Robert the Bruce (including Friday June 28) follow Macrobert's Pay What You Can pricing structure, giving audience a choice to pay PS4.50, PS6.50 or PS8.50.
But if Robert the Bruce and his fight for the crown had seemed a world apart from my overnight haven, history came rushing back on our visit to Linlithgow Palace in West Lothian - a royal 'pleasure palace' and birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots - which featured in Outlaw King as Perth Castle during the crowning scene.
But, if Robert the Bruce and his fight for the crown had seemed a world apart from my overnight haven, history came rushing back on our visit to Linlithgow Palace, in West Lothian - a Royal "pleasure palace" and birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots - which featured in Outlaw King as Perth Castle during the crowning scene.
The scene in question actually occurs when Robert the Bruce emerges from a lake after a bath, having seized the Scottish crown during the oppressive occupation of medieval Scotland by English King Edward I.
"I think it's great to see the legend of Robert the Bruce brought to the screen, but it's going to be fantastic to see the wonderful Scottish scenery."
"I am equally related to Robert the Bruce throughout father.
A more solid and direct ancestor of Robert the Bruce is the 19th century businessman John Bruce, who commissioned a huge mansion to be built for himself in the Home Counties.
During his campaign for recognition as the 12th Laird of Saltoun, Mr Matthews tried to get a DNA sample from Scottish king Robert the Bruce, believing him to be an ancestor of the Talbot Fletchers, after a 600-year-old mummified heart, thought to be that of Robert the Bruce, was found in a lead casket in Melrose Abbey.