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Rhynie, Barflat, Pictish sculptured stone. Front face of stone as displayed in Woodhill House, 17 April 1996.

C 65045

Description Rhynie, Barflat, Pictish sculptured stone. Front face of stone as displayed in Woodhill House, 17 April 1996.

Date 1996

Collection RCAHMS

Catalogue Number C 65045

Category Photographs and Off-line Digital Images

Copies C 65045 S, SC 337027

Scope and Content Symbol stone known as Rhynie Man from Rhynie Barflat, Aberdeenshire This stone originally came from Rhynie though it now stands in Woodhill House in Aberdeen. This is a view of the stone. It is carved on one side only with a figure of a man facing right. The figure wears a short tunic. Over his shoulder he carries an axe or hammer. Source: RCAHMS contribution to SCRAN.

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Collection Level (551 1) RCAHMS

Group Level (551 1/4) National Survey Programmes

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