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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 P ...

SC 1463012

Description 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.

Date c. 1890 to 1903

Collection Society of Antiquaries of Scotland

Catalogue Number SC 1463012

Category On-line Digital Images

Copy of E 72603

Scope and Content  The left rubbing depicts the left side of the face of an 8th century Pictish cross slab known as Clach An T-Sagart or the Dunfallandy Stone. There are three Pictish animal symbols arranged vertically. Originally situated in the ruins of a chapel near Killiecrankie railway station, the cross has been moved to its present position behind Dunfallandy House, Dunfallandy, Perth.

Accession Number 2012/85

Permalink http://canmore.org.uk/collection/1463012

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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

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