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Field Visit

Date 20 September 1996

Event ID 920588

Category Recording

Type Field Visit


The Craw Stane stands in an arable field, just below the crest of a low hill which overlooks the valley of the Water of Bogie to the E. It is a roughly rectangular block of grey granite, measuring 0.9m in breadth by 0.4m in thickness at ground level and 1.85m in height, set in a concrete base. Its SW face bears the incised figure of a fish and, immediately below it, a Pictish beast.

Visited by RCAHMS (IF, ARG), 20 September 1996.

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