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Cross slab Cross slab

Cross slab of grey sandstone, with fusion of Pictish and Christian elements, found in a church at Monifieth, Angus, Scotland, 800 - 900 AD

Cross slab Cross slab

Cross slab of sandstone, ornamented with mixture of Christian motifs and Pictish symbols, from the old church at Kingoldrum, Angus, Scotland, 800 - 900 AD

Cross slab Cross slab

Stone cross slab with a 'Maltese' cross and a pattern of interlace work, from Glenluce Churchyard, Wigtownshire, 10th or 11th century

Cross slab Cross slab

Pictish stone cross slab with an equal-armed cross at the top with two clerics on each side of its shaft, and below a panel with a lion, from Papil, Burra, Shetland, 700 - 900 AD

Cross slab Cross slab

Stone cross slab sculptured with interlaced work and figures on both sides and ogham inscriptions on both edges, from Bressay, Shetland, 9th or 10th century

Cross slab / fragment Cross slab / fragment

Fragment of cross slab with high relief spiral and trumpet patterns, from Tarbat, Ross and Cromarty

Cross slab Cross slab

Stone cross slab, the back is highly decorated including a hunting scene, but the original carvings on the front were carved off for re-use as a gravestone, Pictish, found at Hilton of Cadboll, Ross and Cromarty, 7th or 8th century AD

Cross slab Cross slab

Lower part of a cross slab with hunting scene and inhabited vine scroll, from Tarbat, Ross and Cromarty

Cross slab Cross slab

Norse stone cross slab with representations of the sun and the moon, from Doid Mhairi, Islay, c. 11th century

Cross slab Cross slab

Cross slab of red sandstone decorated in relief with Pictish symbols, men on horseback and fantastic beasts, from Woodwray, Angus, 7th or 8th century

Cross slab Cross slab

Pictish stone cross slab showing three warriors with coiffed hair and shaped beards, from Birsay, Orkney, 7th or 8th century

Cross slab Cross slab

Pictish cross slab of sandstone decorated with a ringed cross on the front, and three figures on the reverse, from Invergowrie Church, Angus, late 9th century

Cross slab Cross slab

Portion of a cross slab with a latin inscription in Hiberno-Saxon capitals reading 'In the name of Jesus Christ, the cross of Christ, in commemoration of ?Reotetius, ...', from Tarbat, Ross and Cromarty

Cross slab / fragment Cross slab / fragment

Fragment from a large cross-slab known as the Monk Stone depicting spirals, a dragon, lions and a deer, part of a group of stone sculpture from Tarbat, Portmahomack, Ross and Cromarty

Cross slab Cross slab

Small cross slab bearing a hollow armed cross on one side and a chisel ended cross on the other, part of a group of stone sculpture from Tarbat, Portmahomack, Ross and Cromarty

Cross slab / portion Cross slab / portion

Visible part of a cross slab with incised hollow-armed cross, part of a group of stone sculpture from Tarbat, Portmahomack, Ross and Cromarty

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