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Desk Based Assessment

Date 1967

Event ID 665356

Category Recording

Type Desk Based Assessment

Permalink http://canmore.org.uk/event/665356

NJ13NE 7.00 18287 37599

(NJ 1828 3757) St Peter's Church & Sculptured Stone (NR) (Site of)

OS 6" map, Banffshire, 2nd ed., (1905).

Mausoleum [NAT]

Symbol Stones [NR]

St Peter's Church [NR] (Site of) [NAT

OS 1:10,000 map, 1976.

NJ13NE 7.01 NJ 1828 3767 Pictish symbol stone (Inveravon no. 1)

NJ13NE 7.02 NJ 1828 3757 Pictish symbol stone (Inveravon no. 2)

NJ13NE 7.03 NJ 1828 3757 Pictish symbol stone (Inveravon no. 3)

NJ13NE 7.04 NJ 1828 3737 Pictish symbol stone (Inveravon no. 4)

NJ13NE 7.05 NJ 18311 37598 Mausoleum

NJ13NE 7.06 NJ 18295 37577 Burial ground

The church was built in 1586 and the ruined aisle was still extant in 1794. In the churchyard were three symbol stones believed to have been taken out of the foundations of the old church. These symbol stones are scheduled. A further Class I symbol stone was found in 1964.

OSA 1794; J R Allen and J Anderson 1903; A Small 1964.

Information from OS.

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