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Dandaleith Pictish Stone 3D Model
Class I Pictish symbol stone unearthed on farmland in 2013 near Craigellachie, Moray. The stone is decorated on adjoining faces; the other two faces show no obvious signs of carving. Face 1 is incised with a large eagle, with crescent and V-rod below. Face 2 is incised with a mirror case symbol, with notch rectangle and Z-rod below. The Dandaleith Stone may be unique in having two pairs of symbols carved on the same orientation on two adjoining faces. It measures 0.5 x 1.68 x 0.36m and weighs c.685kg. The Dandaleith Stone is now on display at Elgin Museum, thanks to funding from HLF, AIM, ArtFund & ACAS, and the hard work of Graciela Ainsworth Sculpture Conservation. Elgin Marble Company and Darroch & Allan. Scanning work and model completed by AOC. Moray SMR NJ24NE0097 https://goo.gl/NECzSI