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St. Duthus's Church, Castle Brae. View of roofless interior from West.

SC 398284

Description St. Duthus's Church, Castle Brae. View of roofless interior from West.

Catalogue Number SC 398284

Category On-line Digital Images

Copy of B 39136

Scope and Content St Duthus Church, Castle Brae, Tain, Highland St Duthus Church was probably built as a parish church in about 1300 and superseded by the adjacent Collegiate Church in 1487. It later became a burial-aisle. Tain, Castle Brae, St Duthus's Church / Religion / / Church / DIGITAL IMAGES Burials inside churches were banned in 1581. Wealthy families got around this by converting disused religious structures into mausolea, by adding burial-aisles to churches, and, in the 17th century, by creating separate burial-enclosures. Source: RCAHMS contribution to SCRAN.


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