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Illustrations from P Chalmers, Historical and statistical account of Dunfermline

551 359/6/1/343

Description Illustrations from P Chalmers, Historical and statistical account of Dunfermline

Date 1844 to 1859

Collection General Collection

Catalogue Number 551 359/6/1/343

Category All Other

Permalink http://canmore.org.uk/collection/1424748

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Collection Level (551 359) General Collection

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Preview Category Catalogue Number Title Date Level
Photographs and Off-line Digital Images B 61428 Pictish cross-slab (St Vigeans no.1), and visible side face of recumbent grave-slab (St. Vigeans no.8), when still built within the wall of St. Vigeans Church. 1848 Item Level
On-line Digital Images On-line Digital Images SC 1340692 Pictish cross-slab, (St Vigeans no.1), and visible face of recumbant grave-slab, (St. Vigeans no.8), when still built within the wall of St. Vigeans Church. 1848 Item Level
On-line Digital Images On-line Digital Images SC 1424749 Plate ix from P Chalmers, Historical and Statistical Account of Dunfermline, showing 'Fragments of King Robert Bruce's marble tombstone', 'Gurgoil or stone water spout from the old market cross', 'Queensferry Burgh Seal', and 'Market cross pillar'. 1844 Item Level
On-line Digital Images On-line Digital Images SC 1424750 Plate vi from P Chalmers, Historical and Statistical Account of Dunfermline, showing plan of the nave of the Abbey church, the new Parish Church, and the foundations of the medieval choir. Also shown are plans and sections of vaults discovered during excavation, including that attributed to Robert the Bruce. 1844 Item Level
On-line Digital Images On-line Digital Images SC 1424754 Plate xvi from P Chalmers, Historical and Statistical Account of Dunfermline, showing architectural details of the abbey, including romanesque arcading in the nave, the western door of the nave, and the windows of the north transept, as standing in 1790. 1790 Item Level
On-line Digital Images On-line Digital Images SC 1425392 General view of Dunfermline Abbey, showing the ruins of the refectory, the nave, and the ruins of the choir, from the south-east Item Level

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