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One side of this Pictish stone is carved with an interlace cross and panels with a pair of long-necked birds preening forming a symmetrical design above the arms. The other side is carved with two men with tonsures, sitting on a double throne. It has been repaired from 3 fragments. Now on display at St Vigeans.

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Date Made
7th century-8th century
Dimensions
h 550mm (h 1' 9 5/8")
Property Information
St Vigeans
Object Number
VIG010
Access Status
Display

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