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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 D ...

E 72592

Description 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.

Date c. 1890 to 1903

Collection Society of Antiquaries of Scotland

Catalogue Number E 72592

Category Photographs and Off-line Digital Images

Copies SC 1426954

Scope and Content The carving of the double-disc and Z-rod symbol and animal head were in a part of the cave that has now collapsed.

Accession Number 2012/85

Permalink http://canmore.org.uk/collection/1317644

Collection Hierarchy - Item Level

Collection Level (551 249) Society of Antiquaries of Scotland

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

>> Item Level (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.

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