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|Description ||The four pictish symbol stones are displayed on the south wall of St Peter's church at Inveravon. From left to right they are: |
no.2 - crescent-with-V-rod above a triple disc ("cauldron") above a mirror -and-comb
no.3 - the "pictish beast" (fragment of the head only)
no.1 - disc-with-rectangle (perhaps a mirror without a comb) above a large eagle next to a mirror-and-comb
no.4 - crescent-with-V-rod above the "pictish beast"
ed: The four pictish stones are now (2012) on display inside the church
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