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Tullich 3 is one of 27 carved stones found at the Tullich Church site in Aberdeenshire. It is incised with a Latin cross with hollow angles (semi-circular outlines at the “armpits” of the cross). The arms of the cross are unfinished (the upper and lateral arms run to the edge of the stone, the lower stops short of the edge). It is a coarse pink granite stone, measuring 375 x 220 x 70-95mm. It was found sometime between 1922 and 1968, most likely during grave digging around the church, but the exact findspot is unknown. The carving is very shallow on this stone and difficult to see. 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.