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Class I Pictish Stone, located in the centre of a Bronze Age henge at Broomend of Crichie on the south edge of Inverurie, Aberdeenshire. The Pictish Stone, likely to date from the 6th-8th Centuries AD, is finely incised with an ornate crescent & V-rod symbol with a typical Pictish “beast” above. It was moved to it’s current location in the 19th Century. Find out more via the Aberdeenshire SMR: goo.gl/UCH1HW More at memento.autodesk.com