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Kirriemuir (RCAHMS)

Kirriemuir (RCAHMS)

Benvie Church (RCAHMS)

Benvie Church (RCAHMS)

Kirriemuir (RCAHMS)

Kirriemuir (RCAHMS)

Meigle No. 5 (RCAHMS)

Meigle No. 5 (RCAHMS)

The Hilton of Cadboll Stone is a Class II Pictish stone discovered at Hilton of Cadboll, on the Tarbat Peninsula in Easter Ross, Scotland.   It is one of the most magnificent of all Pictish cross-slabs. On the seaward-facing side is a Christian cross, and on the landward facing side are secular depictions.

The Hilton of Cadboll Stone is a Class II Pictish stone discovered at Hilton of Cadboll, on the Tarbat Peninsula in Easter Ross, Scotland. It is one of the most magnificent of all Pictish cross-slabs. On the seaward-facing side is a Christian cross, and on the landward facing side are secular depictions.

Drainie (RCAHMS)

Drainie (RCAHMS)

Inchbraoch No. 1; Rossie Island; Inchbrayock Church (RCAHMS)

Inchbraoch No. 1; Rossie Island; Inchbrayock Church (RCAHMS)

St Madoes Churchyard (RCAHMS)

St Madoes Churchyard (RCAHMS)

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 in the 9th century.

Eassie (RCAHMS)

Eassie (RCAHMS)

Aberlemno No.3 (RCAHMS)

Aberlemno No.3 (RCAHMS)

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, 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.

Kirriemuir (RCAHMS)

Kirriemuir (RCAHMS)