Tullich 2, Carved Cross SlabYour model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
Tullich 2 is one of 27 carved stones found at the Tullich Church site in Aberdeenshire. It is a coarse grained granite monolith measuring 1.55m x 0.44m x 0.25m, decorated with an incised outline Latin cross with hollow angles (semi-circular outlines at the “armpits” of the cross). At the base of the cross, the outline continues with horizontal incised shape with triangle below. These are suggested to resemble a base stone and tenon. It is said to have been reused as a lintel above a door in the south wall of the church. The stone is thought to date from the later Pictish - Early Medieval period (7th – 10th Centuries AD). Visit the Aberdeenshire HER for more information on this stone and site. Scanning & modelling commissioned by Aberdeenshire Council Archaeology Service and executed by Spectrum Heritage.