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Pictish Symbol Stone Tillytarmont 5 Rothiemay.

The stone known as Tillytarmont 5 was the second of two stones that were ploughed up by Mr Allan Milne of Nth Tillytarmont Farm, Nr Huntly, Aberdeenshire on the 28th of March 1974. The stone again was found while deep ridging at a depth of 28in in the place known as Donaldson Hough, which lies between the River Isla and the River Devron at at Rothiemay. Upon his retirement in 1981 both stones were removed to his house at Boyndie, Nr Whitehills, Banffshire and both stones, were built into a wall in his garden. He then again moved around 1992. On my visit to Boyndie in 1996 the stones had been removed and were purchased from him and are now in the Marischal Museum Aberdeen. The only representation I can find at present of the stone is the drawing below. I would dearly like to procure a picture of the stone.  

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