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This is a Pictish cross slab, carved in the 9th century. For many years the slab was built into a window opening of an old ruined church at Invergowrie in Perthshire.
The front of the slab has a ringed cross filled with interlace, and four panels of key pattern in the corners. The top edge is decorated with key pattern and the sides with interlace.
The back has a panel of three figures, probably clerics, holding books. The central figure is holding an object resembling a censer, a container for burning incense. Below, biting each other’s tails, are two dragonlike beasts.
Museum reference X.IB 251
Date Late 9th century
Collection place Invergowrie Church, Angus, Scotland
Find out more
View the object record in the National Museums Scotland colections: http://www.nms.ac.uk/explore/collection-search-results/?item_id=167267
Photography and photogrammetry by Thomas Flynn / Sketchfab for National Museums Scotland.