Slightly historically later than my normal posts, but worth mentioning. Guard Archaeology is currently digging at Cambuskenneth Abbey in central Scotland until September 14. Founded in 1140, it is one of the most beautiful Augustinian monasteries. The abbey hosted Robert the Bruce's parliament there in 1326 to confirm the succession of his son.
You can read the Registrum Monasterii S. Marie de Cambuskenneth as a pdf, while A Brief Analysis of the Chartuleries of the Abbey of Cambuskenneth is also online.
Tony Pollard has been tweeting about the dig and the finds and has posted a couple of great photographs.
I should declare an interest at this point. I grew up in the village of Cambuskenneth.