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Edderton Cross Slab

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Location type: Cross
Location address: United Kingdom, Highland
Number of texts: 1
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Made by | Reference Kallewirsch | © CC 3.0
Made by | Reference | © CC 3.0

Edderton Cross Slab is a Class III Pictish stone standing in the old graveyard of the village of Edderton, Easter Ross. The stone is of red sandstone. On the western side there is an undecorated but elegant celtic cross, the circles within its rings emphasised by being left in relief. On the eastern side there is another cross on the upper half, standing on a semi-circular base or arch, within which is a horseman in relief, with two further riders incised below. The slab was formerly sunk considerably deeper in the earth, concealing the lower two horsemen, but has recently been raised to its presumed original height (notice the lack of lichen on the lower half in the accompanying photograph).

Linked themes: Archeology, History, Geology

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