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Balluderon, 'st Martins Stone'

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Record Detail

  • Organisation
    RCAHMS
  • Alternative name(s)
    BALKELLO; MARTIN'S STONE
  • Canmore ID
    31864
  • Site type
    CROSS SLAB (PICTISH), PICTISH SYMBOL STONE (PICTISH)
  • County
    ANGUS
  • Parish
    TEALING
  • Council
    ANGUS
  • NGR
    NO 3748 3758
  • Latitude, longitude
    56.526073N, 3.017883W
  • Archaeological notes
    N/A
  • Architectural notes
    N/A

Related material information

SCANNED IMAGES

  • 936608 (1991)
    View of St Martin's Stone, cross-slab, fragment.
  • 730154 (1832)
    Annotated drawing of the Strathmartine recumbent grave-slab (no 2), and the reverse and obverse of the Balluderon cross-slab. From the James Skene sketch album, page 15.
  • 345706 (1856)
    The Balluderon cross-slab. From J Stuart, The Sculptured Stones of Scotland, vol. i, 1856, pl. lxvii.
  • 1081194 (9/2006)
    Balluderon, St Martin's Stone, Pictish cross-slab.

PHOTOGRAPHS

  • 31864 (1991)
    View of cross-slab fragment, Balluderon
  • 31864 (8/1981)
    Pictish cross-slab at Balluderon, Angus, detail of serpent and Z-rod on cross-face (Fraser 2008, no.55).
  • 31864 (8/1981)
    Pictish cross-slab at Balluderon, Angus, cross-face (Fraser 2008, no.55).
  • 31864 (1981)
    Detail of the Balluderon cross-slab, showing Pictish symbols and horseman
  • 31864 (1832)
    Annotated drawing of the reverse and obverse of the Balluderon cross-slab and the Strathmartine recumbent grave-slab (no 2). From the James Skene sketch album, page 15.
  • 31864 (1856)
    Fordoun and Balluderon cross-slabs. From J Stuart, The Sculptured Stones of Scotland, vol. i, 1856, pl. lxvii.
  • 31864 (1848)
    Cross-slabs from Meigle (no 3), Balluderon and Menmuir. Copied from P. Chalmers, 1848, The Ancient Sculptured Monuments of the County of Angus

PRINTS AND DRAWINGS

  • 31864 (1832)
    Annotated drawing of the reverse and obverse of the Balluderon cross-slab and Strathmartine recumbent grave-slab. From the James Skene sketch album, page 15.
  • 31864 (26/6/2011)
    Measured drawing of Pictish cross slab, St Martin's Stone, Balluderon, Angus
  • 31864 (9/2006)
    Ink drawing of Balluderon, St Martin's Stone Pictish cross-slab.
  • 31864 (9/2006)
    Survey drawing of Balluderon, St Martin's Stone Pictish cross-slab.

MANUSCRIPTS

  • 31864 (3/2012)
    Report: 'Pictish Symbol Stones in Angus: a hypothesis'

DIGITAL IMAGES

  • 1022726 (7/4/2006)
    View of uncarved reverse of the Balluderon cross-slab
  • 1022725 (7/4/2006)
    View of uncarved reverse of the Balluderon cross-slab
  • 1022724 (7/4/2006)
    View of face of the Balluderon cross-slab, showing symbols
  • 1022723 (7/4/2006)
    View of face of the Balluderon cross-slab, showing symbols

1st edition 6-inch maps

TitleDateOther parishes/counties
 Ordnance Survey six-inch to the mile, Perthshire, Sheet LXXVI1861
 Ordnance Survey six-inch to the mile, Forfarshire, Sheet XLIX1860

1st edition 25-inch maps

TitleDateOther parishes/counties
 Ordnance Survey 25 inch to the mile Forfar, Sheet 049.081860
 Ordnance Survey 25 inch to the mile Forfar, Sheet 049.081860
 Ordnance Survey 25 inch to the mile Forfar, Sheet 049.081860