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Archaeology Notes

Event ID 686040

Category Descriptive Accounts

Type Archaeology Notes


NO23NW 1 23782 39063.

(NO 2378 3906) Monumental Stone (NR) (Sculptured)

OS 6" map (1903)

A symbol-bearing cross slab (Allen's Class II) was found c. 1865, acting as the cover of bridge over the Kettins Burn. It was removed and erected in Kettins churchyard close to the N wall. It is placed in a stone socket and measures c. 10' x 3'6" x 10". Now much worn, the slab still retains some sculptures of humans and animals.

Upright cross-slabs in Kettins churchyard - scheduled.

A J Warden 1880; 1884; J R Allen and J Anderson 1903

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