Inverurie churchyard/cemetery, Aberdeenshire.
This group of four Class I pictish symbol stones were found during the demolition of the medieval church in 1775, they have subsequently been set up in nearby locations but are now protected from the weather in a glass case between the motte and the bailey of the Bass of Inverurie (castle C11th-C12th).
Stones from the left and their symbols (top to bottom):
- Double-Disc with Z-Rod, Serpent with a straight-rod, circular disc and rectangle (mirror-case), Crescent & V-Rod.
- Double- or Disc and Arch (interpretation is difficult due to heavy truncation).
- An arc of a truncated symbol, Double-disc and Z-Rod.
- Horse walking to the right.
Date: 7th Century
Only the front faces of the stones were photographed as I was having trouble getting adequate coverage between relections and dirty glass, the pictish motiefs are only on the front faces.
Grid reference: NJ 7811 2058
Photographed: 29 August 2021
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