Eassie Sculptured Stone

Located in a protective shelter inside the ruined Kirk of Eassie, 2 miles (3 km) west northwest of Glamis, the Eassie Sculptured Stone is an 8th century Pictish Cross-Slab. Although the rear of the stone is somewhat worn, the side bearing the cross is in a particularly good state of preservation. The stone illustrates several figures, including warriors with distinctive cloaks, cattle, a stag, a tree and various symbols.

The stone is in the care of Historic Environment Scotland.

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