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Tracing of figure of man and indeterminate object, Court Cave, East Wemyss

DP 224549

Description Tracing of figure of man and indeterminate object, Court Cave, East Wemyss

Date 27/4/1866

Collection Society of Antiquaries of Scotland

Catalogue Number DP 224549

Category On-line Digital Images

Copy of FID 544/7

Scope and Content Titled: 'In Tunnel thro' the rock close to the "Court" Cave, East Wemyss, Fife. April 27/66'. The date of this drawing is after James Young Simpson's lecture to the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland in January 1866. The identity of the creator is uncertain. The handwriting does not match that on the original rubbing (ref: FID 544/6).

Accession Number 1975/12

External Reference SAS 75

Permalink http://canmore.org.uk/collection/1492846

File Format (TIF) Tagged Image File Format bitmap

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Collection Level (551 249) Society of Antiquaries of Scotland

Batch Level (551 249/704) Rubbings and tracings of Pictish symbols in the East Wemyss Caves.

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