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Dyce, Saint Fergus' Church, Pictish Cross-slab No 2

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The Dyce Class II cross-slab, from J Stuart, The Sculptured Stones of Scotland, i, pl.9
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Scanned ink drawing of Pictish cross-slab and ogham inscription
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The collection of early medieval sculptured stone from Dyce churchyard. 300 dpi copy of EPS file.
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Photographic copy of three rubbings. The upper rubbing shows the lower right panel detail, and the right rubbing shows the lower left panel of face of Meigle no. 1 Pictish cross slab, now in Meigle Museum. The left rubbing shows detail of face of Dyce no.2 Pictish cross slab, Chapel Of St Fergus, Dyce.
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Dyce. (No. 2)
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Dyce no 2, composite digital image of rubbing of Pictish cross-slab.
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Scanned image of Dyce, Saint Fergus' Church, Pictish cross-slab. General view.
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View of Pictish cross slab no.2, St Fergus Church, Dyce.
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General view of cross-slab.
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Photographic copy of rubbing showing detail of the face of Dyce no.2 Pictish cross slab.
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