Henry de Bohun confronts Robert the Bruce. Robert the Bruce was considered one of the "Three Best Knights of Christendom". This encounter ended with the death of the hot blooded de Bohun, his skull being cleaved in two by the axe of The Bruce
Bruce and de Bohun First day of the battle, June, Robert the Bruce slays the English knight, Henry de Bohun, in single combat. This dramatic event significantly raised the Scottish army's morale and dashed that of the English army.