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Knight's Gravestone, St. Columba's Isle, Isle of Skye, #Scotland

Iona Abbey, Scotland - Duncan, the Scottish king murdered by Macbeth in 1140, is reputed to be buried here as well as 47 other Scottish kings and saints

See the home of the Knights Templar. Temple Church was constructed in the 12th century by the Knights Templar – a powerful order of crusading monks made famous by Dan Brown in The Da Vinci Code. The building was originally used for Templar initiation ceremonies, and today, visitors can see marble effigies of medieval knights buried on the grounds.

Crusader grave at Skeabost on the Isle of Skye, Scotland. Part of the Britain Heritage Picture Library, Scotland collection.

The Skeith Stone, between Kilrenny and Cellardyke, Scotland. With Pictish carving, it probably dates from about the 7th century. The carving is fairly faint but easily visible when sunlit from the side (south-west-ish). Skeith has been adopted as the name for the new health centre about 500 metres away. Submitted for Scotland's whereaboots: