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Dunfallandy, Pictish cross-slab.
From J Stuart, The Sculptured Stones of Scotland, i, pl.xlviii.
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View of face of Dunfallandy Pictish cross slab.
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View of reverse of Dunfallandy Pictish cross slab.
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Photographic copy of four rubbings. The right and middle-left rubbings depict sections from the face of St Madoes  Pictish cross slab. The left rubbing shows the left side of the face of Dunfallandy Pictish cross slab. The middle-right rubbing is unidentified.
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Dunfallandy, Pictish cross-slab.
From J Stuart, The Sculptured Stones of Scotland, i, pl.xlvii.
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View of face with cross and pictish carvings
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Photographic copy of two rubbings. The left rubbing is the inscribed carved stone, known as the 'Badvoc Stone', originally from Margam Mountain, now re-housed at Old School House Margam, Glamorgan, Wales. The right rubbing is the reverse of Dunfallandy Pictish cross slab.
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View of face with cross and pictish carvings (B&W)
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View of face with pictish carvings (B&W)
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View of reverse of cross-slab.
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View of face of cross-slab.
From J Anderson (1881), 'Scotland in early Christian times', p.67.
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Annotated drawing of both faces of cross slab from album, page 40.  Digital image of PTD/310/1/P.
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Photographic copy of two rubbings. The upper rubbing is yet to be identified. The lower rubbing shows detail from the face of Dunfallandy Pictish cross slab.
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General view.
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General view.
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