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Dunkeld Cathedral, Pictish Symbol Stone 3D Model
Dunkeld Cathedral, Perthshire, Scotland.
A pictish carved stone, found in the mid 19th century in the grounds of nearby Dunkeld House, in 1946 it was moved to the ground floor of the tower of Dunkeld Cathedral where it remains to this day. This stone is part of a display of other carved stones and memorials in the care of Historic Environment Scotland.
The stone is a type of sandstone, the parallel marks up/down the face of the stone were caused by glacial movement/erosion. The main feature of this stone is an incised carving of a horse and rider, the rider is carrying a spear and drinking from a horn. To the left of the horse and rider, the surface of the stone has gone I think there could some faint horse legs here suggesting there was once more on this stone than we see today. On the top of the stone is an incised cross (annotation 2).
Photographed: 10 September 2018
Model created October 2018 using Agisoft PhotoScan standard