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Corner fragment of cross slab, part of VIG012.

The front face is a the top left corner of a cross slab with interlace decoration. It is flanked in left corner by seahorse or hippocamp with its feet towards the cross but turning its head back over its shoulder.

The reverse side is the top right corner of cross slab edged by flat band moulding. The top arm of the cross is edged by groove moulding and filled with key pattern. In top right corner is the end part of a vine scroll design. On display with other Pictish stones at St Vigeans Museum, Angus.


h 170mm (h 6 11/16")
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