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Kilmartin Churchyard

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General oblique aerial view of the village, centred on the church, churchyard, burial ground, museum and the remains of the cairn with the tower-house adjacent, taken from the SW.
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General oblique aerial view of the village, centred on the church, churchyard, burial ground, museum and the remains of the cairn with the tower-house adjacent, taken from the SSW.
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General oblique aerial view of the village, centred on the church, churchyard, burial ground, museum and the remains of the cairn with the tower-house adjacent, taken from the SE.
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Oblique aerial view centred on the church, churchyard, burial-ground and museum with the remains of the cairns adjacent, taken from the NE.
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Oblique aerial view centred on the church, churchyard, burial-ground and museum with the remains of the cairns adjacent, taken from the N.
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General oblique aerial view centred on the gravel quarry and the site of the excavation of the pit-defined enclosure with the church, churchyard, burial-ground, museum and remains of the cairns adjacent, taken from the NNE.
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Kilmartin, Kilmartin Churchyard.
General view.
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Late hut foundations.
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Oblique aerial view.
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Kilmartin Cross Prgress at Newbattle studio
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Kilmartin Srones Argdyll general views
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Kilmartin Srones Argdyll general views
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Kilmartin Srones Argdyll general views
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Kilmartin Cross general views
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Kilmartin Stones Kilmartin Churchard Argyll gen views
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Kilmartin Stones Kilmartin Churchard Argyll gen views
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Kilmartin Cross Showing "new"?
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Kilmartin Churchyard Argyll Cross and Carved Stone
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Kilmartin Churchyard Argyll
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Kilmartin, Kilmartin Churchyard.
View showing detail of arm of Kilmartin cross and small crosshead.
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Photographic copy of two rubbings. The left rubbing shows the reverse side of cross slab, revealing interlace detail and the faint remains of a stag, St Cormac's Chapel, Eilean Mor. The right rubbing shows the face of a cross slab from Kilmartin Churchyard.
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View of  medieval graveslabs, Kilmartin churchyard.
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Oblique aerial view.
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Oblique aerial view.
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