MHG53318 - Pictish Symbol Stone - Borrobol
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Type and Period (2)
- FINDSPOT (Pictish - 300 AD to 900 AD)
- INSCRIBED STONE (Pictish to Early Medieval - 300 AD to 1057 AD)
- None recorded
NC82NE 64 865 268
Notes NC 865 268 A fragment of an Early Historic sculptured stone with incised carving of a crescent and V-rod and the partial representation of a boar (John Borland, RCAHMS, pers comm). The upper portion of the stone is missing, so that the head and shoulders of the boar are lost.
Claimed as Treasure Trove (TT 169/09) and allocated to Timespan, Helmsdale
Martin Goldberg – National Museums Scotland <1>
The stone is on display at Timespan Museum. <2>
- --- Dataset/Database File: Treasure Trove. 2019. Highland Finds from Treasure Trove Annual Reports 2004-18. Treasure Trove. Digital. TT 169/09.
- <1> Dataset: RCAHMS. 02/2010. Annual update from Canmore. Digital. 301509.
- <2> Text/Record Form/Project Recording Form: Archaeology for Communities in the Highlands (ARCH). 2019. Finds Collection at Timespan Museum, Helmsdale.
|Grid reference||NC 864 268 (point) (Approximate)|
- SYMBOL STONE (Pictish - 300 AD to 900 AD)
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External Links (2)
- http://canmore.rcahms.gov.uk/en/site/301509/ (View information held by RCAHMS on Canmore website)
- https://highlandpictishtrail.co.uk/project/timespan/ (Link to the Pictish trail website)
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