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Photographic copies of rubbings of early medieval sculpture

551 249/700

Description Photographic copies of rubbings of early medieval sculpture

Date c. 1890 to 1903

Collection Society of Antiquaries of Scotland

Catalogue Number 551 249/700

Category All Other

Scope and Content The collection comprises glass negatives of rubbings of early medieval sculpture in Scotland and the Isle of Man taken by J Romilly Allen in the course of fieldwork during the preparation of the The Early Christian Monuments of Scotland

Accession Number 2012/85

Permalink http://canmore.org.uk/collection/1317568

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Collection Level (551 249) Society of Antiquaries of Scotland

> Group Level (551 249/700) Photographic copies of rubbings of early medieval sculpture

Preview Category Catalogue Number Title Date Level
Photographs and Off-line Digital Images E 72588 Photographic copy of three rubbings of unidentified carved stones. c. 1890 Item Level
Photographs and Off-line Digital Images E 72589 Photographic copy of four rubbings of unidentified carved stones c. 1890 Item Level
Photographs and Off-line Digital Images E 72590 Photographic copy of four rubbings. The upper left and lower right rubbings shows panel detail from reverse and face of Invergowrie no 2 cross-slab, St. Peter's Churchyard, Invergowrie, Dundee. The upper right and lower left rubbings show face and reverse of Meigle no 7 Pictish cross slab fragment, now in Meigle Museum. c. 1890 Item Level
Photographs and Off-line Digital Images E 72591 Photographic copy of three rubbings. The left rubbing shows detail of Pictish cross-slab, (Meigle no.4). The right rubbing shows detail from face of cross-slab, (St Vigeans no.10). The lower right rubbing is unidentified. c. 1890 Item Level
Photographs and Off-line Digital Images E 72592 Photographic copy of two rubbings. The upper rubbing is of an unidentified panel, bearing the date 1677. The lower rubbing shows the double disc and Z-rod and beast's head Pictish symbol carvings in Doo Cave, East Wemyss. c. 1890 Item Level
Photographs and Off-line Digital Images E 72593 Photographic copy of four rubbings. The lower right rubbing shows central reverse panel of Rodney's Stone Pictish cross slabb, Brodie. The remaining rubbings are unidentified. c. 1890 Item Level
Photographs and Off-line Digital Images E 72594 Photographic copy of rubbing showing the reverse of the Ulbster Stone Pictish cross slab, previously used as a grave stone from the ruined church of St Martin at Ulbster, now held at Thurso Museum, Highland. c. 1890 Item Level
Photographs and Off-line Digital Images E 72595 Photographic copy of six rubbings. The upper left rubbing shows detail from panel of the Dupplin Cross; the upper central rubbing shows detail of face of Meigle no. 29 Pictish cross slab fragment and the upper and bottom right rubbings show details of the Drosten Stone Pictish cross slab, St Vigeans no.1. The left middle and bottom rubbings are yet to be identified. c. 1890 Item Level
Photographs and Off-line Digital Images E 72601 Photographic copy of a rubbing showing face of Reay cross slab. c. 1890 Item Level
Photographs and Off-line Digital Images E 72596 Photographic copy of three rubbings. The left rubbing shows detail of a cross-shaft fragment, originally from Closeburn Parish Church, now held at Dr Grierson's Museum, Thornhill. The central and right rubbings show details from the upper and lower fragments of the face of a cross slab, originally found in Rothesay Castle being used as the foot of a stair, now held at Bute Museum. c. 1890 Item Level
Photographs and Off-line Digital Images E 72597 Photographic copy of two rubbings. The left rubbing shows upper detail of the reverse of Rosemarkie no.1 Pictish cross slab. The right rubbing shows details of Pictish symbol rock carvings from East Wemyss Doo Cave, including an 'S' symbol, a bird and small crosses. c. 1890 Item Level
Photographs and Off-line Digital Images E 72598 Photographic copy of rubbing showing the reverse of Rodney's Stone Pictish cross slab, Brodie. c. 1890 Item Level
Photographs and Off-line Digital Images E 72599 Photographic copy of rubbing showing the face of Rodney's Stone Pictish cross slab, Brodie. c. 1890 Item Level
Photographs and Off-line Digital Images E 72600 Photographic copy of three rubbings.The central rubbing shows panel details from the Dupplin Cross. The left and right rubbings show interlace details from the sides of St Andrews no.14 cross shaft. c. 1890 Item Level
Photographs and Off-line Digital Images E 72602 Photographic copy of three rubbings. The middle rubbing depicts the front shaft of Keills Cross. The left and right rubbings shows the left and front side of Thornhill cross. c. 1890 Item Level
Photographs and Off-line Digital Images E 72603 Photographic copy of four rubbings. The right and middle-left rubbings depict sections from the face of St Madoes Pictish cross slab. The left rubbing shows the left side of the face of Dunfallandy Pictish cross slab. The middle-right rubbing is unidentified. c. 1890 Item Level
Photographs and Off-line Digital Images E 72604 Photographic copy of six rubbings. The middle two rubbings shows unidentified carved stones and the two rubbings to the right are of stones located in the Whithorn Museum. The two rubbings on the left depict sections of the Camus's Cross. c. 1890 Item Level
Photographs and Off-line Digital Images E 72605 Photographic copy of three rubbings. The outer rubbings shows the front and back of Fortevion no.1 cross slab. The middle rubbing depicts the right side of a cross fragment from St Mary's Chapel, Aberlady. c. 1890 Item Level
Photographs and Off-line Digital Images E 72609 Photographic copy of five rubbings. The top left rubbing shows the reverse of Kirriemuir no.3 cross slab fragment. The remaining stones have not been identified. c. 1890 Item Level
Photographs and Off-line Digital Images E 72606 Photographic copy of three rubbings showing three sides of Thornhill cross. c. 1890 Item Level
Photographs and Off-line Digital Images E 72607 Photographic copy of three rubbings. The middle rubbing shows the face of Govan no.34. The left and right rubbings are unidentified. c. 1890 Item Level
Photographs and Off-line Digital Images E 72608 Photographic copy of three rubbings of unidentified carved stones. c. 1890 Item Level
Photographs and Off-line Digital Images E 72610 Photographic copy of three rubbings. The left rubbing shows a detail from the Banagher cross located at Clonmacnoise, Co. Offaly, Ireland. The upper right rubbing depicts a detail of the right arm of the Nigg cross slabb. The lower right rubbing is unidentified. c. 1890 Item Level
Photographs and Off-line Digital Images E 72611 Photographic copy of five rubbings. The upper right rubbings shows the lower portion of the face of a cross in Kilmartin churchyard. The remaining stones are unidentified. c. 1890 Item Level

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