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Archaeology Notes

Event ID 680470

Category Descriptive Accounts

Type Archaeology Notes


NN95SE 4 Centred on NN 96798 52019

(NN 9679 5201) A symbol stone stands in the churchyard at Logierait, near the church. It is an upright cross-slab (Class II) of whinstone, broken away at the top, 3'3" high above ground level, and 4 1/2" thick. It is sculptured in relief on two faces.

A Anderson 1878; J R Allen and J Anderson 1903.

This cross-slab is as described.

Surveyed at 1:2500.

Visited by OS (B S) 16 January 1975.

Class II symbol stone.

Logierait 1: Cross on S.S.E face.On the reverse is a mounted figure below which is a serpent and Z-rod.

A Mack 1997.

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