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Archaeology Notes

Event ID 664459

Category Descriptive Accounts

Type Archaeology Notes


NH89NW 2.02 814 965

No. 2. A fragment of sandstone, of irregular shape, found in 1874 near the same place as the last. It measures 1ft 5ins in length, 11ins in width, and 3ins in thickness, and is sculptured on one face at the top, in incised lines, with the crescent symbol, without the V-shaped rod, or perhaps the horse-shoe symbol, and below this the termination of either a V-shaped or Z-shaped rod (the rest of the figure being broken off), and, to the right, part of a second crescent.

RCAHMS 1911.

This stone (0.29m x 0.43m x 0.09m) is in the Dunrobin Museum No.13. (Accession no. 1874.3).

Information from R Jones, 1980.

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