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Archaeology Notes

Event ID 667710

Category Descriptive Accounts

Type Archaeology Notes

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NJ42NE 35 49749 26345

(NJ 4971 2634) Craw Stane (NR) (Sculptured)

OS 6" map, Aberdeenshire, 2nd ed., (1902).

See also NJ42NE 30 and NJ42NE 54.

The Craw, Cro or Crow Stane is a block of grey granite, 5'7" high, 3' wide and 1'6" thick, with the symbols of a fish and elephant.

J R Allen and Anderson J 1903; J Stuart 1856.

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