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Photographic copy of two rubbings. The lower rubbing shows detail of the face of the Wolf Stone Pictish symbol stone, it originally stood at Newbigging Farm, Leslie, now stands in the garden of Leith Hall, Aberdeenshire. The upper rubbing shows detail from the face of a Pictish symbol stone, from Newton House, Aberdeenshire.
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Newton House symbol stone.
From J Stuart, The Sculptured Stones of Scotland, i, pl. xxxvii.
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View of Newton House Pictish symbol stone
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View of pictish symbol stone.
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Newton House, composite digital image of rubbing of ogam-incribed stone.
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Newton House, composite digital image of rubbing of Pictish symbol stone.
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View of Newton House from W.
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Scanned ink drawing of Newton House 1 Pictish symbol stone
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Scanned ink drawing of Newton House 2 Inscribed Pictish symbol stone
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Newton House. Co. Elgin, The seat of G.A.Fortreath, Esq., W. Walton lith. Stannard & Dixon, 7 Poland St.
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Oblique aerial view of Old Newton House, Doune, taken from the SSE.
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Oblique aerial view of Old Newton House, Doune, taken from the ESE.
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Detail view of gravestone at Newton House Stables
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General view of gravestone at Newton House Stables
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View of Newton House Pictish symbol stone incised with a double disc over a serpent and z-rod.
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View of Newton House Pictish symbol stone with a Latin inscription.
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Detail view of the six horizontal lines of half uncial letters on the Newton House Pictish symbol stone.
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Newton House, Islay.
View from North.
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Newton House, Islay.
View from North-East.
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Aerial view.
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Scanned ink drawing of Newton House 2 Inscribed Pictish symbol stone - Ogham schematic
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View of Newton House from SW.
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View of Newton House from W.
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View of main entrance to Newton House
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