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Part of ring-cross slab with Latin interlace cross, standing figures to either side of shaft; part of another cross and horseman on the back.

To the left of shaft on the front side is a figure that appears to be a cleric. He has a long face, pointed chin, and projecting ears is wearing cloak. His right hand points to book held by left hand. Raised surface on right side of shaft indicates remains of another figure now broken off. On display with other Pictish stones at St Vigeans Museum, Angus.


h 335mm (h 1' 1 3/16")
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