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The Craw Stane Pictish Symbol Stone Rhynie.

This Pictish symbol stone standing at the top of a hill just outside Rhynie is called the 'Craw Stane' (presumably due to the stone standing in the middle of a field with no other place for the Crows to land). It stands 6ft 1in high and dates from 6th/7th century, it is incised with a Fish and Beast. Two other stones were found not far from the Craw Stane around 1982. Legend says that this stone marks the spot where the Son of MacBeth was slain.

Picture Craw Stane Pictish Symbol Stone - Scotland


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Photograph Craw Stane Pictish Symbol Stone - Scotland