Invereen Pictish Stone

Inverness, Highland
Pictish Symbol Stone Class I

This Class I stone, found in 1932 whilst ploughing, is now in the Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh.

It is aproximately 1 metre tall and carved with a crescent and V-rod above a double disc and Z-rod. Neither symbol is particularly ornate, but they are beautifully executed.

A third symbol - it has been suggested that it may be a penanular broach - is carved in an area of the stone that has been subsequently damaged.


Nearby Sites:

Balnuaran of Clava

Chambered Cairns; Stone Circles.

13km away.

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Grantown Pictish Stone

Pictish Symbol Stone Class I.

24km away.

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