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Tullich 7 is one of 27 carved stones found at the Tullich Church site in Aberdeenshire. The stone is incised with an outline Latin cross, the lower and lateral arms incomplete. It is a large rectangular granite monolith measuring 1.72m x 0.43m x 0.24m. The carving is light, and difficult to see. The stone is said to have been found in 1878 on the inside of the south wall of the church, “Its position was 9 feet above the ground, and 2 feet from the top of the wall” (Michie 1910, pp120-1). 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.