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Keillor Pictish stone, Perthshire 3D Model
This 2 metre high granite slab was first recorded in 1832 as standing on a mound. It became broken and was re-erected around 1850 in its original position on the north slope of the Hill of Keillor, which is now in High Keillor, Perthshire, Scotland. The stone is weathered and images of a wolf (top), a double disc and Z-rod (middle) and a mirror (bottom) can barely be seen (original recording is found on Canmore (ID 30545), see below). It is dated to the 7th century cE.
Photos taken June 2017.