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Eassie sculptured stone. #scotland · Celtic ArtCeltic ...

Symbols on reverse of Pictish Cross Slab known as "Rodneys Stone"Dyke Parish Church Brodie,Moray Scotland

Pictish picture stone, Scotland | Ancient Celts | Pinterest | Scotland, Stone and Picts

This image is a crop of a photograph of the Pictish stone in the churchyard at Aberlemno Parish Church (the stone is sometimes known as Aberlemno II).

A 'Class II Pictish Symbol Stone', located in Meigle Museum, Meigle, Perthshire.

Cake version of the Century Drosten Stone, in celebration of the reopening of St. Vigeans Museum in Scotland

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Pictish stone at Eassie [Four round pillars of the Firmament and the Firmament in the · Celtic ArtCeltic ...

Hilton of Cadboll Stone The Hilton of Cadboll Stone is a Class II Pictish stone discovered at Hilton of Cadboll, on the Tarbat Peninsula in Easter Ross, ...

The reverse side of the Hilton of Cadboll stone; featuring Pictish symbol, the Crescent and V-Rod as well as one of the very few depictions of a woman. ...

Pictish stone at St Vigean's | ScotlandsPlaces - St Vigeans, ...

Pictish stone

Sculptured stones from Kilmartin Glen

Kirriemuir 2 rear. Photograph by Kyle Munro

The Aberlemno Serpent Stone, Class I Pictish stone with Pictish symbols, showing (top to bottom) the serpent, the double disc and Z-rod and the mirror and ...

The Drosten Stone In the small village of St Vigeans, near Arbroath, Scotland, stands one of the rarest stones in the history of the Celts.

Picture Rhynie Man Pictish Standing Stone - Scotland

'Daniel Stone' Groam House Museum, Rosemarkie. Photo copyright ©Iain W G Forbes 2011

Nigg Pictish stone

Nectan and Cruithne

Picts and Druids | Pictish Stone of the Day: Rosemarkie | The Last of the Druids

Kintore 1 (back) Pictish stone - A 'Class I Pictish Symbol Stone' in Kintore, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.

Ancient Scotland Picts and Stones

The Class I Dunnichen Stone, with Pictish symbols including the "double disc and Z-rod" at centre, and "mirror and comb" at the bottom.

Engraved Pictish stone on display at the National Museum of Scotland

Pictish bull carving, the "Burghead Bull", now in the British Museum ( CC by SA 3.0 )

Battle of Mugdock. Pictish warriors on an 8th-century sculptured stone ...

A replica of the Hilton of Cadboll Stone.

Abernethy, Perth & Kinross (Class 1 stone, note incised carving)

This is the "Celtic Cross" side of a Pictish stone in Aberlemno, Scotland


Pictish/Celtic Stag Art Print

The 'Hunting Panel' from the Pictish 'Shandwick Stone' ...

Dunblane Pictish Stone

October 25th Photograph Pictish Stone Glamis Scotland

Craw Stane, single AD5thC Pictish carved stone ...

One is an unshaped and highly eroded sandstone boulder which bears faint traces of a curving symbol. Nearby is a much more imposing stone.

The so-called 'Pictish beast' symbol on the Shandwick stone

A replica of the east face of the Dunnichen Stone has been placed in the Aberlemno Village Hall car park - in a photograph it's easier to make out the ...

Aberlemno 2, Angus (Class 2, symbols on at top)


This is a detail of the carving on the back of a cross-slab from Golspie, Sutherland (in Dunrobin Museum).

The Pictish Mirror and the Comb symbols in Sky Divination

Class III Pictish stones display lords, kings, mounted horsemen

The first, because it's one of the most exquisite examples we have of Pictish art; the second, because it might contain some clues regarding Pictish culture ...

This guy beneath the king isn't discussed in the information panel, but it's noted that both he and Oengus are dressed in typical Pictish style and have ...

By the way, this background is from a photograph I made of one of the Pictish stone housed in the Meigle Museum (cataloged as ...

•The Drosten Stone, St Vigeans• This Class 2 Pictish stone dates back to

Pictish Warrior with Drinking Horn

Some Examples of Pictish Symbols

East face of Class II Maiden Stone

The exquisite craftsmanship of the Hilton of CadK)ll stone is a visual testimony to the wealth and patronage available in the 8th centur-.

Rear Face of the Stone

Pictish Stone

Celtic Fish Art Print

Bogle Stone at Govan Old

As you can see, it depicts a hunting scene: there are two men on horseback armed with lances, and the two sleek hounds in the bottom-left corner seem to ...


A little way down the road is the oldest of this group of stones, dating from around 500AD and of the "Class 1" group of early, more simply carved stones.

Seminar CXXXVII: reassessing the Pictish Church | A Corner of Tenth-Century Europe

Pictish Ladies out for a Ride

...while the reverse has more typically Pictish carvings. The Crescent and V-rod, and the double disc and Z-rod are recurring themes of Pictish art - and ...

The fort may well have been a 'Pictish Capital' of Northern Pictland. Burghead Fort Overlay. Brandsbutt Symbol Stone ...

Celtic Peoples [Archive] - The Apricity Forum: A European Cultural Community

File:Aberlemno III symbols.jpg. Aberlemno 3 Pictish Stone ...

Kenneth MacAlpin: King of the Picts and Legendary Founder of Scotia

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One of the Aberlemno stones

Maes Howe Dragon, Orkney Art Print

Brandsbutt Pictish stone Poster

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Pictish Snake Art Print

Double disc (Pictish symbol) - Image: Monifieth 1 rear

David McGovern stands next to his Pictish creation, pic by Nicola MacQueen

Picture, Pictish Symbol Stone Tillytarmont 1 - Scotland

Aberlemno Pictish stone

High cross - King Doniert's Stone in East Cornwall, Ninth century

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The church yard at Meigle contained a large number of Pictish stones, implying that Meigle was itself a very important centre of burial for the Pictish ...

Pictland Poster

Forres's AD9th-century Sueno's Stone before enclosure

Dunfallandy Pictish Stone

Back. Picts, Gaels and Scots: Early Historic Scotland

Pictish Beast - Image: Strathmartine castle stone

The Art of the Picts: Sculpture and Metalwork in Early Medieval Scotland: George Henderson, Isabel Henderson: 9780500289631: Books


The Class II Kirkyard stone c. 800, Aberlemno

Abbey of Kells - Scanned from Treasures of Irish Art.

Celtic Sparring Hares 2 Art Print

Interpenetration is when one artistic motif flows seamlessly into another. On this panel, if you look closely you'll see that the sculptor has "fretwork" ...

Pictish Stones Distribution The Hilton of Cadboll Stone in the Museum of Scotland.

The man is carved on a kite-shaped boulder measuring 6ft (1.8 metres)

Aberlemno 2

... have been heavily influenced by Mediterranean artistic styles, but there are also some Anglo-Saxon elements mixed in with the over all Pictish flavour.

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St Madoes Pictish Symbol Stone