Maiden Pictish Symbol Stone Cross Slab InverurieYour model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
Maiden Stone, Aberdeenshire, Pictish cross-slab
This beautiful pillar of red granite stands beside the by-road 1 mile NW of Chapel of Garioch. It is a Class II stone, carved in relief, showing at the front a man between fish monsters, an enriched cross and shaft, a panel with an enriched disc, and other ornamental details. The back has beasts and a centaur-like figure, a rectangle and Z-rod, an ‘elephant’ and a mirror and comb symbol. This sides have interlaced panels. This stone is one of the most beautiful to have survived in situ. R W Feachem 1963.