Pictish stones
A Pictish stone is a type of monumental stele, generally carved or incised with symbols or designs. A few have ogham inscriptions. Located in Scotland, mostly north of the Clyde-Forth line and on the ...
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Rosemarkie Stone
The Rosemarkie Stone or Rosemarkie Cross, a Class II Pictish stone, is one of the major surviving examples of Pictish art in stone.Carved from fine-grained sandstone, the Rosemarkie stone was found i...
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Glamis Manse Stone
The Glamis Manse Stone, also known as Glamis 2, is a Class II Pictish stone at the village of Glamis, Angus, Scotland. Dating from the 9th century, it is located outside the Manse, close to the parish...
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Invereen Stone
The Invereen Stone is a Class I incised Pictish stone that was unearthed in 1932 near Invereen, Inverness in 1932. It is now on display at the National Museums of Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Th...
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Dingwall Stone
The Dingwall Stone is a Class I Pictish stone located in Dingwall, Easter Ross. It is thought by some to be of Bronze Age origin, and contains several cup and ring marks alleged to date from that peri...
Camus Cross
2°47′01″W / 56.530647°N 2.783570°W / 56.530647; -2.783570 The Camus Cross, otherwise known as the Camuston or Camustane Cross, is an Early Medieval Scottish standing stone loc...
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Drosten Stone
The Drosten Stone is a carved Pictish stone of the 9th century at St Vigeans, near Arbroath, Scotland. In academic contexts it is sometimes called St Vigeans 1.The Drosten Stone is a Class 2 cross-sla...
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Clach an Tiompain
The Clach an Tiompain (in English, the "Sounding Stone") or The Eagle Stone is a small Class I Pictish stone located on a hill on the northern outskirts of Strathpeffer in Easter Ross, Scotland.
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Dunnichen Stone
2°53′21″W / 56.6441°N 2.8891°W / 56.6441; -2.8891The Dunnichen Stone is a class I Pictish symbol stone that was discovered in 1811 at Dunnichen, Angus.
The exact location ...
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Brandsbutt Stone
2°24′00″W / 57.2916°N 2.4000°W / 57.2916; -2.4000The Brandsbutt Stone is a class I Pictish symbol stone in Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
A large block of whinstone, ...
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Bullion Stone
The Bullion Stone is a late carved Pictish stone, which is unusual in containing a figure; it dates to c. 900-950. It was discovered in 1933 during the construction of a road in Angus, Scotland, and i...
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Ardjachie Stone
The Ardjachie Stone is an uncut but decorated red sandstone boulder discovered by farmers in 1960 on the Ardjachie Farm in the Tarbat peninsula of Easter Ross. It now stands outside of the museum of T...
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Hilton of Cadboll Stone
The Hilton of Cadboll Stone is a Class II Pictish stone discovered at Hilton of Cadboll, on the East coast of the Tarbat Peninsula in Easter Ross, Scotland. It is one of the most magnificent of all P...
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Aberlemno
2°47′01″W / 56.69146°N 2.78364°W / 56.69146; -2.78364Aberlemno (Gaelic: Obar Leamhnach) is a parish and small village in the Scottish council area of Angus. It is noted for th...
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Rosemarkie sculpture fragments
The Rosemarkie sculpture fragments are the Pictish slabs and stone fragments other than the main Rosemarkie Stone which have been discovered in Rosemarkie, on the Black Isle of Easter Ross. There are ...
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Lang Stane of Auquhollie
The Lang Stane of Auquhollie is an Ogam-inscribed standing stone some 6 kilometres north-west of Stonehaven in Scotland. Situated on south side of Meikle Carew Hill at a height of about 140 ...
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Eassie Stone
The Eassie Stone is a Class II Pictish stone of the 8th-9th centuries AD at the village of Eassie, Angus, Scotland. The stone was found in Eassie burn in the late 18th century and now resides in a pur...
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Fordoun Stone
2°27′04″W / 56.8962°N 2.4512°W / 56.8962; -2.4512The Fordoun Stone is a class II Pictish cross slab in Fordoun parish church, Auchenblae, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
A slab o...
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Hunter's Hill Stone
The Hunter's Hill Stone, otherwise known as the Glamis 1 Stone, is a Class II Pictish standing stone at Hunter's Hill to the south east of Glamis village, Angus, Scotland.
The cross slab is locate...
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Kirriemuir Sculptured Stones
2°53′21″W / 56.6441°N 2.8891°W / 56.6441; -2.8891The Kirriemuir Sculptured Stones are a series of Class II and III Pictish stones found in Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland. Their e...
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Poolewe Stone
The Poolewe Stone is a Class-I Pictish stone discovered in 1992 in the cemetery at Poolewe (Poll Iùbh) in Wester Ross. The stone carries the common Pictish depictions of a crescent and v-rod. Chiseled...
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St Orland's Stone
St Orland's Stone (otherwise known as the Cossans stone or the Cossins stone) is a Class II Pictish Cross-Slab at Cossans, near Kirriemuir and Forfar, Angus, Scotland
The cross-slab stands in situ...
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Portmahomack sculpture fragments
The Portmahomack sculpture fragments are the slabs and stone fragments which have been discovered at the Easter Ross settlement of Portmahomack (Tarbat), Scotland.There are around 200 of these fragmen...
Nigg Stone
The Nigg Stone is an incomplete Class II Pictish cross-slab, perhaps dating to the end of the 8th century. The stone was originally located at the gateway to the grounds of the parish church of Nigg,...
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Maiden Stone
2°29′35″W / 57.312°N 2.493°W / 57.312; -2.493The Maiden Stone, also known as the Drumdurno Stone after the nearby farm, is a Pictish standing stone near Inverurie in Aberdeens...
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Kilmodan Carved Stones
The Kilmodan Carved Stones are a group of West Highland carved grave slabs exhibited in a burial aisle within Kilmodan Churchyard, Glendaruel, Argyll and Bute. They are in the care of Historic Scotlan...
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