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Dunfallandy, Pictish cross-slab. From J Stuart, The Sculptured Stones of Scotland, i, pl.xlviii.

SC 342309

Description Dunfallandy, Pictish cross-slab. From J Stuart, The Sculptured Stones of Scotland, i, pl.xlviii.

Collection General Collection

Catalogue Number SC 342309

Category On-line Digital Images

Copy of D 8547

Scope and Content Cross-slab known as Clach an t'Sagairt at Dunfallandy, Perth and Kinross Clach an t'Sagairt, meaning the Priest's Stone, stands on Mausoleum Mound. The stone is said to have been moved to the site from an old chapel near Killiecrankie. It is more likely that it still stands in its original location, which was itself an abbey. This is a drawing of the stone which appeared in John Stuart's 1856 publication 'The Sculptured Stones of Scotland'. The cross is carved in high-relief, has equal length arms, a square centre and a long shaft. It is surrounded by beasts and angels. Source: RCAHMS contribution to SCRAN.

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