The Dupplin Cross, Perth. It is said to date from the ninth century.
On one panel is a Latin inscription: CUSTANTIN SON OF WUIRGUST (Constantine son of Fergus).
Many of the panels contain interlacing, one has a seated man with a harp (perhaps David), there is also a horseman with a spear, several footsoldiers, and a hunting dog leaping on its prey.
This stone has now been removed to the National Museum of Scotland.