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archaicwonder: “ The Maiden Stone is a Pictish standing stone near Inverurie in Aberdeenshire in Scotland, most likely dating to the century AD. The name is derived from local legend, incorporating the most obvious mark of wear and tear on the. Cairns, Local Legends, Old Stone, To Infinity And Beyond, Stonehenge, Scotland Travel, British Isles, Monuments, Archaeology

Maiden Stone. Drumdurno, Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Circa 9th Century. A Pictish & Christian Standing Stone.

 This church appeared in the television series Monarch of the Glen as Glenbogle Church. Scotland History, Scotland Uk, England And Scotland, Scotland Travel, Monarch Of The Glen, Places In Scotland, Outlander, Celtic Culture, Scottish Castles

Cille Choirill 8 by Jemmaw89 on DeviantArt

Cille Choirill, Roybridge, Scotland. This church appeared in the television series Monarch of the Glen as Glenbogle Church. Cille Choirill 8

This hi-visibility kilt. That be a Safety Kilt lads. Harris Tweed, Rock And Roll, Bad Fashion, Scotland Travel, Glasgow Scotland, Scotland Trip, Men In Kilts, England And Scotland, Weekender

23 Things That Could Only Ever Happen In Edinburgh

Street performers, demon dwarves, and invisibility cloaks. What a place.

Aberlemno Stone: pictish symbol and cup marked stone on the Brough of Birsay, Orkney, Scotland. Stonehenge, Alexandre Le Grand, Art Premier, Celtic Mythology, Art Sculpture, Celtic Art, Picts, Ancient History, European History

Aberlemno | Canmore

Aberlemno pictish symbol and cup marked stone. #scotland #history

The front of the Ulbster Stone. Compare early celtic carvings to those of Anatolia and Bulgaria, including the seahorse-like Dacian Dog Ancient Mysteries, Ancient Artifacts, Celtic Culture, Archaeological Finds, Celtic Art, Stone Carving, Ancient Civilizations, Stone Art, Archaeology

Caithness Horizons Feature Page on Undiscovered Scotland

Information about and images of Caithness Horizons in Thurso on Undiscovered Scotland.

Aberlemno: The Serpent Stone - 'Class 1 Pictish Symbol Stone' situated on the roadside at Aberlemno, Angus Scotland - contains a double disc z-rod, serpent, mirror and comb. Was probably a much earlier megalith re-used by the Picts. Celtic Art, Picts, Stonehenge, Ancient Artifacts, Stone Carving, Kirchen, Ancient History, Rock Art, Archaeology

Aberlemno I (The Serpent Stone)

This is a 'Class I Pictish Symbol Stone', situated on the roadside at Aberlemno, Angus. The stone contains a double disc & z-rod, serpent, mirror and comb. It is believed that this stone was probably a much earlier megalith (due to cut marks present on the back and side), and had been re-used by the Picts. If this were to be the case it would not be unusual, as various other Pictish stones appear to have been re-used megaliths, such as the 'Brandsbutt Stone' in Inverurie.

The Best Kept Secrets Of Edinburgh - - Forget the Castle and Princes Street. Here is our guide to beat the tourist mobs and discover Edinburgh's best-kept secrets. Scotland Castles, Scottish Castles, Glasgow, Outlander, Sightseeing London, Oh The Places You'll Go, Places To Visit, Scotland Travel, Scotland Trip

The Best Kept Secrets Of Edinburgh

Forget the Castle and Princes Street. Here is our guide to beat the tourist mobs and discover Edinburgh's best-kept secrets.

A special visit the a very old, misunderstood and misinterpreted Inverurie horse carved Pictish stone, near Inverurie, Scotland Celtic Dragon, Celtic Art, History Of Wine, Mystery Of History, Ancient Art, Ancient History, Calligraphy Alphabet, Islamic Calligraphy, Calligraphy Doodles

Inverurie | Canmore

A special visit the a very old, misunderstood and misinterpreted Inverurie horse carved Pictish stone, near Inverurie, Scotland

Scotland Island Hopping on the Inner Hebrides and Western Isles – Scotland Info Guide Scotland Road Trip, Scotland Travel, Inverness, Isle Of Man, Iron Age, Outlander, Island Travel, Outer Hebrides, Scottish Islands

Scotland Island Hopping on the Inner Hebrides and Western Isles

Island Hopping in Scotland on the Inner Hebrides and Western Isles is fun and takes the visitor to the most beautiful and remote islands in Scotland

The Picts were a group of people living in the ancient eastern and northern area of Scotland in the fourth century. Celtic Dragon, Celtic Art, Old Stone, Stone Art, Ancient Ruins, Ancient Art, Scotland History, Picts, Environmental Art

Pictish Art

The Picts were a group of people living in the ancient eastern and northern area of Scotland in the fourth century. It is gen...

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