Dupplin Cross
Perth, Perthshire
Pictish Free-Standing Cross Canmore

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 St Serf's church in Dunning.

Images ©1996, 1997 Martin McCarthy, Theasis Photography

Nearby Sites

5km Dunning Standing Stone
8km Perth Museum Pictish Stones
12km Murrayshall Standing Stone
13km Auchterarder Standing Stones
13km Colen Wood Stone Circle
13km Crofthead Farm Standing Stones
13km Fowlis Wester Pictish Stones Pictish Stones
13km Fowlis Wester Stone Circles Stone Circles; Standing Stone; Cairn
13km Shianbank Stone Circles
14km Druids Seat Wood Stone Circle
15km Blackfaulds Stone Circle
15km Buchanty Hill Cup Marks
15km Peterhead Farm Standing Stone; Pictish Class I Stone
16km Wolfhill Stones Standing Stones
17km Orwell Standing Stones
17km Ferntower Stone Circle Stone Circle; Cup Mark
17km Monzie Cairn Circle
18km Strathmiglo Pictish Stone Pictish Symbol Stone Class I
20km Murthly Pictish Stone Pictish Symbol Stone Class III
(NB: All distances are as-the-crow-flies. Lochs, mountains and beautiful winding roads will make it further. Sometimes much further.)