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Menmuir Parish Church, Sculptured Stone

Carved Stone (Period Unassigned)

Site Name Menmuir Parish Church, Sculptured Stone

Classification Carved Stone (Period Unassigned)

Alternative Name(s) Menmuir No. 2

Canmore ID 35133

Site Number NO56SW 3.02

NGR NO 5342 6436

Datum OSGB36 - NGR


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Administrative Areas

  • Council Angus
  • Parish Menmuir
  • Former Region Tayside
  • Former District Angus
  • Former County Angus

Archaeology Notes

NO56SW 3.02 5342 6436

No.2 Sculptured stone found c.1844, measures 1ft 2 1/2ins high bearing an equestrian figure in front and part of a standing figure on back.

J R Allen and J Anderson 1903; J Stuart 1856; P Chalmers 1842.


Reference (1995)

NO 534 643 The five Early Christian cross slabs found at this site were all removed following the closure of the church. They have been put on display in the Meffan Institute, Forfar.

The fragment discovered in 1987 was re-examined and does not bear worn interlace. The pitted surface most closely resembles the 'fire-making stone' from Carlungie Souterrain.

N Atkinson 1995.


NO56SW 3.01 5342 6436 Cross-slab (no. 1)

NO56SW 3.02 5342 6436 Sculptured stone (no. 2)

NO56SW 3.03 5342 6436 Cross-slab (no. 3)

NO56SW 3.04 5342 6436 Sculptured stone and Cross-slab (nos. 4 and 5)

NO56SW 3.05 5342 6436 Cross-slab (no. 6)


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