Tullich 1, Class I Pictish StoneYour model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
Tullich 1 is one of 27 carved stones found at the Tullich Church site in Aberdeenshire. It is a Class I Pictish symbol stone, the only such example from this site. It had been reused as a lintel above a window in the north wall of Tullich Church. It has incised carvings of typical Pictish symbols: (top to bottom) a double disc and Z-rod, a Pictish “beast”, and a mirror with handle. The carvings have been truncated - perhaps the stone was trimmed to fit into the church. The stone is andalusite staurolite schist, and it measures 1.76m x 0.49m x 0.15m. This stone is thought to date from 6th – 8th Centuries AD. Visit the Aberdeenshire HER for more information on this stone. Scanning & modelling commissioned by Aberdeenshire Council Archaeology Service and executed by Spectrum Heritage.