Jan Cook

Jan Cook

Herne Bay, Kent / I first started to work in jute and sisal rope and string(50 years ago!).I now work with tapestry weaving, felt fabric construction and stitchery.
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Pictish Stone, Bullion, Invergowrie, Angus. Museum of Scotland.  The Picts were a Late Iron Age and Early Medieval Celtic people living in ancient eastern and northern Scotland.

Pictish Stone, Early Don't Drink and Drive Warning? The Picts were a Late Iron Age and Early Medieval Celtic people living in ancient eastern and northern Scotland.

Inchbrayock stone, back,,  Montrose Museum,, Angus. The stone was found in the burial-ground of St Braoch's Church,

Inchbrayock stone, back view, Montrose Museum, Angus, Scotland. The stone was found in the burial-ground of St Braoch's Church.

The busy reverse of stone number 4 at Meigle includes a Pictish beast with a crescent and V-rod on the left

The earliest surviving mention of the Picts dates from 297 CE. In a poem praising the Roman emperor Constantius Chlorus, the orator Eumenius wrote that the Britons were already accustomed to the semi-naked "Picti and Hiberni (Irish) as their enemies.

Cross-slab; detail of back. Rossie.

Upper left angel is wearing front-opening coat that angles down near bottom.

Meigle Sculptured Stone Museum.  Meigle Stone #4.

Photographs sculptured stones at Meigle Museum in Scotland