The Picardy Stone

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The Picardy Stone is a Class I Pictish stone, a rare example of a stone in its original position. It is whinstone with veins of quartz, incised with a double-disc & Z-rod, above a serpent & Z-rod and a mirror symbol. When excavated in 1856, the stone was found to be set in a low cairn under which was a grave.

Please note: the stone stands in a field which often has livestock in it.

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