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Cross-Slab Fragment, Pictish

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Publication drawing of Shandwick Stone Pictish cross-slab.  From J Stuart, The Sculptured Stones of Scotland, i, pls.xxvi, xxvii.

Publication drawing of Shandwick Stone Pictish cross-slab. From J Stuart, The Sculptured Stones of Scotland, i, pls.

Fordoun cross-slab. (RCAHMS)

celtic-studies: “ In the vestibule of Fordoun parish church (at NO 7260 there is a Class II ‘Pictish’ cross-slab which had been used as the base of the pulpit of the church of The face.

Woodrae Pictish Slab - Ancient Scotland

This Class II stone, found in is now in the Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh. The slab was found in Woodrae Castle - according to CANMORE it was used in the kitchen floor there.

Pictish stone cross slab from Papil, Burra, Shetland, 700 - 900 AD

Cross-slab from Papil, Burra, Shetland from AD. Showing a lion, 4 clerics and two warriors.

Discovery of Lost Early Medieval Kingdom in Galloway - Medievalists.net

The researchers have created a new map of Dark Age Britain, which includes Rheged and its neighbouring kingdoms during the sixth and early seventh centuries

Photographic copy of rubbing showing the face of the Princes Stone Pictish cross slab, Glenferness

Photographic copy of rubbing showing the face of the Princes Stone Pictish cross slab, Glenferness

View of Fish Street, Dundee.

View of Fish Street, Dundee.

Bocksten Man - well preserved man's clothing 2nd half of 14th century, Vaberg Museum

Bocksten Man - well preserved man's clothing half of century, Vaberg Museum. On this image the Museums director is wearing the original garments!

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