Cross-Slab Fragment, St Vigeans, Angus3D Model
This is the upper corner of an early Christian upright cross-slab from St Vigeans, a village in Angus. St Vigeans is the home to 38 Pictish stones, indicating that it was likely an important Pictish religious centre.
This stone fragment is decorated with a carved seated stag, its legs doubled up underneath its body, and is ornamented with conventional spirals.
For information on visiting St Vigeans, go to our website
330 x 220 x 110mm
Rae Project | VIG019