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Alford Image Library

The Wolf Stone
The Alford Image Library
The Wolf Stone

Incised images of a wolf (rare), mirror and comb, and an abstract decorated rectangle. A real mixture of images such as this mean that the stone could date from anytime between the 6th century and the 8th century. Found at Newbigging, Leslie in 1842 whilst breaking in new ground and originally incorporated into a stone dyke. Now on display at Leith Hall.
Picture added on 31 August 2008
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Pictish Stones and Early Christian Crosses
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