In the aftermath of the defeat, Edward retreated to , then travelled by ship to Berwick, and then back to ; in his absence, Stirling Castle quickly fell.
Swords inscribed with Robert's name probably date from the 16th century rather than earlier.
Recovering, leaving unsubdued at his rear, Bruce returned west to take and Castles, then Tarradale Castle on the.
The king's body was carried east from Cardross by a carriage decked in black , with stops recorded at and.
Robert also arranged for perpetual soul to be funded at the chapel of , at and at the Dominican friary in , as well as at.
Six days after his death, to complete his triumph still further, were issued granting the privilege of at the of future Kings of Scots.