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Woodwray Pictish Stone from Angus, Scotland 3D Model
The Woodwray (or Woodwrae) Stone is a Class II Pictish stone dating from the 8th or 9th century AD. It was found in 1819 in the old Castle at Woodwrae, Angus where it had been reused as a floor slab in the kitchen.
This stone once formed part of the collection of Sir Walter Scott housed in Abbotsfort House. It was subsequently acquired for the nation and is now on display in the National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh.
Dimensions: 1.75m high, 1.02m wide at base tapering to 0.84m, 0.125cm thick.
Material: Old red sandstone.
Model created by Hugo Anderson-Whymark, 2018.