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Brodie, Rodney's Stone (Front)
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Brodie, Rodney's Stone (Back)
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View of the reverse of the Rodney Stone Pictish cross slab, Brodie.
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Photographic copy of four rubbings. The lower right rubbing shows central reverse panel of Rodney's Stone Pictish cross slabb, Brodie. The remaining rubbings are unidentified.
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View of face of the Rodney's Stone cross slab (flash)
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Brodie, 'Rodney's Stone'. Face of cross-slab.
Photographic copy of plate from J Stuart, The Sculptured Stones of Scotland, i, pl.xxiii.
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Detail of ogham inscription on right hand side of front face of the Rodney Stone (daylight)
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Detail of ogham inscription on left hand side of rear face of the Rodney Stone (daylight)
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Brodie, 'Rodney's Stone'. Reverse of cross-slab.
Photographic copy of plate from J Stuart, The Sculptured Stones of Scotland, i, pl.xxii.
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Detail of ogham inscription on right hand side of rear face of the Rodney Stone (daylight)
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Detail of ogham inscription on left hand side of rear face of the Rodney Stone (flash)
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View of face of the Rodney Stone cross slab (daylight)
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Photographic copy of rubbing showing the reverse of Rodney's Stone Pictish cross slab, Brodie.
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Scanned ink drawing of Rodney's Stone, Brodie, faces a & b (DC 60626 & 60628)
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View of rear of the Rodney Stone cross slab (flash)
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View of the reverse of the Rodney Stone, Pictish cross slab (flash, with scale)
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View of the face of the Rodney Stone Pictish cross slab, Brodie.
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Photographic copy of rubbing showing the face of Rodney's Stone Pictish cross slab, Brodie.
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Brodie, Rodney's Stone (Front)
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General view of the Rodney Stone in its setting
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View of front of the Rodney Stone, Pictish cross slab (flash, with scale)
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The Maiden Stone, and details of the 'Pictish elephant' or 'beast' symbols on the Brodie and Nigg cross-slabs.
From C Cordiner, 1795, 'Remarkable Ruins and Romantic Prospects of North Britain'.
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Annotated drawing of cross slab, Rodney's Stone, Brodie.
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