Early Scotland

Picts, Romans, Gaels and Vikings. History, archaeology and art. Pictish symbols and sculpture. See more at the Senchus blog.

Mar 14
Pictish symbols and Celtic interlace patterns on a sculptured stone at St Vigeans near Arbroath, Scotland. Probably carved in the 8th century AD. The other side of the stone has the lower part of a cross, decorated with interlace. Illustration from The Early Christian Monuments of Scotland (1903).

Pictish symbols and Celtic interlace patterns on a sculptured stone at St Vigeans near Arbroath, Scotland. Probably carved in the 8th century AD. The other side of the stone has the lower part of a cross, decorated with interlace. Illustration from The Early Christian Monuments of Scotland (1903).


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