Try Twitch Prime


Papil Stone, Burra, Shetland, Scotland, 8th-9th centuries


Museum reference: X.IB 46
Collection: Archaeology
Description: Pictish stone cross slab with an equal-armed cross at the top with two clerics on each side of its shaft, and below a panel with a lion, from Papil, Burra, Shetland, 700 - 900 AD
Date: 700 - 900 AD
Style / Culture: Pictish
Material: Stone
Collection place: Papil, Burra, Shetland, Scotland, Europe
On Display: Museum Of Scotland Level 0 Gods Of The Frontier Y025
Source: National Museums Scotland

Previous: Saint Andrews Sarcophagus, Pictish, St Andrew's Cathedral, Scotland, second half of the 8th century
Next: Aberlemno 2 Stone with a battle scene, Aberlemno, Angus, Scotland, 8th-9th centuries
More Picts on Pictish Stones