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4 April 2019. This panel is now held by Inverness Museum. With help from the museum we can identify it as having come from Milton of Clava. There is a drawing of the panel in PSAS Vol 16 (1882) p.338 figs 41 and 42, and commentary by the author, William Jolly: “ . . . I discovered another in an old pig sty at the same farm of Milton. It is a flat piece of the same soft yellow sandstone, 1 foot 9 inches long, 1 foot 7 inches broad, and 7 inches thick. It has the peculiarity of being cupped on both sides . . .” The damage to Side B was recorded in 1888. Side B is also blackened. More detailed models of each side have been processed, see Side A https://skfb.ly/6Ju9O Side B https://skfb.ly/6Ju9X see https://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/archiveDS/archiveDownload?t=arch-352-1/dissemination/pdf/vol_016/16_300_418.pdf