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Class I Pictish symbol stone, which was restored after having been broken up by explosives and built into adjacent field dykes in the past. Incised with a crescent and V-rod above a serpent and Z-rod, as well as Ogham script. The Ogham reads ‘IRATADDOARENS’, which has been translated to Eddarrnon, a possible rendering of St Ethernanus, a local saint. Read more about the stone in the Aberdeenshire SMR: https://online.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/smrpub/master/detail.aspx?refno=NJ72SE0022
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