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Picardy Pictish Stone VQ9132JHP 
 Picardy Pictish Symbol Stone Incised Carved Ancient Scottish Pillar Insch Aberdeenshire dates from the 6/7th century AD and stands in a field off minor road to Largie near Insch in Aberdeenshire, North East Scotland. A rough whinstone pillar with three finely incised prehistoric Pictish symbols of double disc and Z-rod, coiled serpent and simple mirror. It is apparently in its original position; near a burial and in view of the nearby hill fort of Dunnideer. 
 Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Aberdeenshire, Grampian, Dunnideer, Insch, Gordon, whinstone, pillar, incised, Pictish, symbols, upright, historic, history, heritage, double, disc, Z-rod, coiled, serpent, mirror
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Photographer: Jim Henderson
Collection: Ancient Stones
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Picardy Pictish Stone VQ9132JHP
Upload Date: Saturday, May 24, 2008
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Picardy Pictish Symbol Stone Incised Carved Ancient Scottish Pillar Insch

Aberdeenshire dates from the 6/7th century AD and stands in a field off minor road to Largie near Insch in Aberdeenshire, North East Scotland. A rough whinstone pillar with three finely incised prehistoric Pictish symbols of double disc and Z-rod, coiled serpent and simple mirror. It is apparently in its original position; near a burial and in view of the nearby hill fort of Dunnideer.
Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Aberdeenshire, Grampian, Dunnideer, Insch, Gordon, whinstone, pillar, incised, Pictish, symbols, upright, historic, history, heritage, double, disc, Z-rod, coiled, serpent, mirror
 


 

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