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Drawing showing masons' marks from Arbroath Abbey and Inverquiech Castle.

DP 238884

Description Drawing showing masons' marks from Arbroath Abbey and Inverquiech Castle.

Date c. 1857 to 1861

Collection Society of Antiquaries of Scotland

Catalogue Number DP 238884

Category On-line Digital Images

Copy of DC 53763/6

Scope and Content Undated ink drawings annotated 'Arbroath Abbey - mostly from stones about the principal entrance' and 'Inverquiech Castle, Alyth, was occupied of Edward I in 1296. It was a ruin in 1394, when Robt II granted it to his nephew James of Lindsay, by whom it had probably been restored or made habitable. (Land of Lindsays p.285)'.

Accession Number 1975/12

External Reference SAS 194


File Format (TIF) Tagged Image File Format bitmap

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