The Migvie Stone
The Migvie Stone is a Class II Pictish Stone formed from a pointed pillar of gneiss. It is inscribed on one face with an elaborate cross infilled with a knotwork pattern. In the angles of the cross are, clockwise from top left, symbols of a double-disc & Z-rod, an arch & V-rod, a man on horseback, and a pair of shears.
On the reverse there is another, larger, representation of a horseman.