Benvie Stone, Scotland

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A larger image of Picts on the Benvie Stone, Scotland.

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Two Pictish horsemen are depicted on the Benvie Stone. They both carry a round shield and a long spear. They clearly have no stirrups and wear a tunic that comes to about the knees.

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