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Pictish Symbol Stone Tillytarmont 1 (The Goode Stone)

The "Goose Stone" or Pictish Incised Symbol Stone Tillytarmont 1, was one of the first stones to be discovered in Donaldson Hough between the River Isla and the River Deveron in 1867 by a  Mr Hunter. The stone was removed from their and built into the Farm Steading (building) of North Tillytarmont Farm in the late 1800's. It was then removed from there in 1979 for safe keeping to Marshall College Aberdeen and can be viewed their by appointment. The picture below was photographed in 1954 showing it's position built into the wall of the Farm Steading.

Picture, Pictish Symbol Stone Tillytarmont 1 - Scotland


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Pictish Symbol Stone Tillytarmont 1. Rothiemay - Scotland