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Kirriemuir (RCAHMS)

Kirriemuir (RCAHMS)

St Madoes Churchyard (RCAHMS)

St Madoes Churchyard (RCAHMS)

Meigle 11 [Side 1]

A 'Pictish Symbol Stone', located in Meigle Museum, Meigle, Perthshire.

Meigle No. 5 (RCAHMS)

Meigle No. 5 (RCAHMS)

Image from a grave stone from Meigle, Strathmore, Scotland. Dated to the 9th Century.

Bears in Britain - History Forum ~ All Empires - Page 1 (Pictish bear on Dorsten Stone from Angus, Scotland c. 850 C.

The Drosten Stone In the small village of St Vigeans, near Arbroath, Scotland, stands one of the rarest stones in the history of the Celts. Carved from red sandstone by the Picts in the 9th century.

The Drosten Stone In the small village of St Vigeans, near Arbroath, Scotland, stands one of the rarest stones in the history of the Celts. Carved from red sandstone by the Picts, the century Drosten stone is an enigmatic

Benvie Church (RCAHMS)

Benvie Church (RCAHMS)

Drainie (RCAHMS)

Drainie (RCAHMS)

Kirriemuir (RCAHMS)

Kirriemuir (RCAHMS)

Grantown, Cnoc-An-Fruich (RCAHMS)

Grantown, Cnoc-An-Fruich (RCAHMS)

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