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Rounded top of a cross-slab found when the old church at Meigle, Angus, was destroyed in 1869. On one side is a single panel, containing typical Pictish symbols; the double disc, Z-shaped rod, mirror and comb. The other side are the arms of a cross, ornamented with a diagonal key-pattern with a man in a crouching position. On display at Meigle Museum, Angus.

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Date Made
8th century-10th century
Dimensions
550 x 525mm
Property Information
Meigle
Object Number
MEIG007
Access Status
Display

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