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The skull above is the skull of Robert the Bruce, otherwise known as Robert I, King of the Scots (reigned 1306-1329). Well, kinda. It’s actually a plaster cast of the skull of Robert the Bruce, which sits on display in the Hunterian Museum, in the Main Building of the University of Glasgow. His actual skull, along with his body, lies in the Dunfermline Abbey in Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland. His heart, on the other hand, is buried at Melrose Abbey, encased in lead.

The Skull of Robert the Bruce [Museum Week]

The skull above is the skull of Robert the Bruce, otherwise known as Robert I, King of the Scots (reigned 1306-1329). Well, kinda. It’s actually a plaster cast of the skull of Robert the Bruce, which sits on display in the Hunterian Museum, in the Main Building of the University of Glasgow. His actual skull, along with his body, lies in the Dunfermline Abbey in Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland. His heart, on the other hand, is buried at Melrose Abbey, encased in lead.

Malcolm Canmore, King of Scots My 20 X Great Grandfather son of my 19 X Great Grandmother Matilda wife of my 19 X Great Grandfather Hameline Plantagenant or King Henry II

Malcolm Canmore, King of Scots My 20 X Great Grandfather son of my 19 X Great Grandmother Matilda wife of my 19 X Great Grandfather Hameline Plantagenant or King Henry II

King Henry III Pantagenet died on November 16, 1272 @ Westminster Palace My direct 23 X Great Grandfather

King Henry III Pantagenet died on November 16, 1272 @ Westminster Palace My direct 23 X Great Grandfather