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Cossans, St Orland's Stone.
From J Stuart, The Sculptured Stones of Scotland, i, pl. lxxxv.
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Back detail of St Orland's stone Pictish cross slab.
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View of reverse of cross-slab, showing base of stone exposed by excavation.
Reproduced in Allen and Anderson 1903, Early Christian Monuments of Scotland, Fig.230A.
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Detail of reverse of St Orland's Stone, showing mounted figures and boat.
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View of front face of slab with full length cross and interlace patterns, obliqely lit
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View of rear face of slab with pictish carvings including horsemen, men in boat, crescent and V rod and double disc and Z rod
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Back detail of St Orland's stone Pictish cross slab.
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View of face of St Orland's stone Pictish cross slab.
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Obverse
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Cossans, St Orland's Stone.
From J Stuart, The Sculptured Stones of Scotland, i, pl. lxxxv.
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View of front face of slab with full length cross and interlace decoration
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View of front face of slab with full length cross and interlace decoration (B&W)
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View of rear face of slab with pictish carvings including horsemen, men in boat, crescent and V rod and double disc and Z rod
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Upper part, reverse
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Photographic copy of six rubbings showing two details of the reverse of the St Orland’s Stone and details of St Vigeans no.16, the remaining stones have not been identified.
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Back detail of St Orland's stone Pictish cross slab.
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View of front face of slab with full length cross and interlace patterns (B&W), obliqely lit
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Photographic copy of six rubbings showing details of Kirriemuir no.4, Meigle no.25 hogback stone, the St Orland’s Stone, Inchbraoch no.2 and Meigle no.29.
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Back detail of St Orland's stone Pictish cross slab.
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Annotated drawing of both faces of cross slab from album, page 16.
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View of face of cross-slab, showing base of stone exposed by excavation.
Reproduced in Allen and Anderson 1903, Early Christian Monuments of Scotland, Fig.230A.
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