Cross Slab, AberlemnoYour model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
A Class II Pictish stone which sits opposite the Aberlemno Primary School beside the B9134. The stone is rather badly weathered, and is roughly 10-11 ft high. Its face has an interlaced pattern over parts of its surface. Below the cross, which features bosses can be seen angels with drooping heads, fretwork and zoomorphic interlace. The sides carry an incised spiral design. The other face has a crescent which has been decorated, intersected by a V rod above a double disc, this in turn is crossed by a Z rod. Further down is a hunting scene. The lower left has the image of a centaur and to the right is an image of David opening the lions jaw.
The capture was made in rather harsh lighting conditions and is one I may revisit again on a overcast day.