Aberlemno Stone on the B9134 Forfar to Brechin Road in Angus, Scotland. The Western Stone shown is a Class 2 stone showing a Celtic Cross on one side, and a battle scene on the reverse. This stone is known as Aberlemno III.
Aberlemno Church Pictish Stone
Aberlemno Church Pictish Stone, Scotland. On one side of this eighth century standing stone is carved a Celtic cross, decorated with an interlacing pattern and flanked by well carved panels.
Aberlemno Battle Stone, Angus, Scotland. A remarkable pictish stone which shows an encounter between two sets of warriors. One set, on the right, wear typical Angle helmets, while the others, on the left, have archetypal Pictish hairstyles. This Class II Pictish Stone is located in Aberlemno churchyard, north of Dunnichen, in Angus, and dates from around 500 AD.