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A larger image of a Pictish Cavalryman on the Kirriemuir 3 stone - rear, Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland, late 9th/early 10th century.
Cross slab carved on both faces in relief. It contains Pictish symbols and falls into John Romilly Allen and Joseph Anderson's classification system as a class II stone.
The stones were found in the grounds of Kirriemuir Kirk. The stones are now on display at the Meffan Institute in Forfar, Angus.