Fragment of a Pictish cross slab, Tealing, Angus 8th century AD

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Fragment of a Pictish cross slab, Tealing, Angus 8th century AD

This stone is part of a cross shaft that was cut down to form the lintel of a door or window. Traces of a key pattern remain on the front. In a panel on the right a fish monster and a sea serpent are twisted together. The remains of a Pictish beast are on the other panel.

Museum number 1969-270

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