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Cast of a Pictish symbol stone fragment, St Vigeans, Angus, Scotland, UK
Plaster cast of a symbol stone fragment found in the churchyard of St Vigeans, Angus. One face bears the double-disc and z-rod symbol, and the opposite face a knotwork interlace pattern. On one of the narrow faces, parallel grooves appear to be part of an ogham inscription, possibly secondary to the original carving.
Accession number: X.IB 136
Date: 8/9th century AD
Dimensions: 110mm H x 260mm W x 600mm D
Discover more about Scottish History and Archaeology on the National Museums Scotland website.
Model produced by Dr Hugo Anderson-Whymark