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Photographic copy of four rubbings showing St Andrews no.14 cross shaft and the Newton Stone, an ogham inscribed Pictish symbol stone. The left and right carved stones are unidentified.

SC 1516962

Description Photographic copy of four rubbings showing St Andrews no.14 cross shaft and the Newton Stone, an ogham inscribed Pictish symbol stone. The left and right carved stones are unidentified.

Date c. 1890 to 1903

Collection Society of Antiquaries of Scotland

Catalogue Number SC 1516962

Category On-line Digital Images

Copy of E 72643

Scope and Content Photographic copy of four rubbings. The middle left rubbing shows the reverse of a cross shaft, known as 'St Andrews No.14' from the Cathedral Museum, divided into three panels. The middle right rubbing shows detail from a Pictish symbol stone, known as the 'Newton Stone', revealing an ogham inscription. The left and right rubbings are yet to be identified.

Accession Number 2012/85

Permalink http://canmore.org.uk/collection/1516962

File Format (TIF) Tagged Image File Format bitmap

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 (SC 1516962) Photographic copy of four rubbings showing St Andrews no.14 cross shaft and the Newton Stone, an ogham inscribed Pictish symbol stone. The left and right carved stones are unidentified.

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