It is just the bones of a knight, from the previously unconfirmed site of a monastery reputedly built on the orders of Alexander III. Of passing interest to anyone not heavily into history.
Not quite in the same league as finding the remains of a past monarch and the need for reburial to a location of a more fitting recognition of the office held and lost.
But you keep up your daily tidbits form the Daily Wail with it's usual anti-anyone-who-isn't-us/me slanted headlines. Good thing the Jocks aren't muslim or they would have invaded and overwhelmed you by now. :roll: