Alternative Names Monifieth, St Regulus' Church
Site Type CROSS SLAB (PICTISH), PICTISH SYMBOL STONE (PICTISH)
Canmore ID 33409
Site Number NO43SE 25.02
NGR NO 4953 3235
Parish MONIFIETH (ANGUS)
Former Region TAYSIDE
Former District CITY OF DUNDEE
Former County ANGUS
Datum OSGB36 - NGR
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|Notes and Activities|
Notes NO43SE 25.2 4953 3235.
No. 2 An upright cross-slab, measures 0.45m x 0.3m x 0.08m. Front - interlace cross. Back - bird-headed monsters, a crouching reptile and a deers head, above a cloaked figure and the crescent with V-rod symbol. This cross-slab is in the RMS(NMAS) Acc.no. IB 27.
Information from R Jones 1980.
Notes Two Class II symbol stones:
Monifieth 1: Cross on face with on the reverse a double-disc above a comb and double-disc and Z-rod.
Monifieth 2: On the reverse a female figure with crescent and V-rod and deer's head above.
A Mack 1997.
|Books and References|
Mack, A (1997) Field guide to the Pictish symbol stones, Balgavies, Angus
Page(s): 36 Held at RCAHMS E.11.MAC
Trench-Jellicoe, R (1999) 'A missing figure on slab fragment no 2 from Monifieth, Angus, the a' Chill Cross, Canna, and some implications of the development of a variant form of the Virgin's hairstyle and dress in early medieval Scotland', Proc Soc Antiq Scot, vol.129, 2