Bullion Pictish Stone
Dundee, Angus
Pictish Symbol Stone Class III Canmore
Also known as Invergowrie II

This Class III stone, found in 1933 during road construction, is now in the Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh.

This stone contains a unique Pictish image - a bald and bearded horseman drinking from a huge drinking horn. He carries a shield. His horse looks weary. And the point of the drinking horn ends in a startled-looking bird's head.

Images ©2004 Martin McCarthy, Theasis Photography

Nearby Sites

13km Kettins Pictish Cross-Slab Pictish Stone Class III
19km Murrayshall Standing Stone
19km Shianbank Stone Circles
19km Wolfhill Stones Standing Stones
20km Alyth Pictish Cross-Slab Pictish Stone Class II
20km Blackfaulds Stone Circle
(NB: All distances are as-the-crow-flies. Lochs, mountains and beautiful winding roads will make it further. Sometimes much further.)