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Celtic: The Maiden Stone (also known as the Drumdurno Stone, after a nearby farm) is a Pictish standing stone near Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, most likely dating to the 9th century CE.

Celtic: The Maiden Stone (also known as the Drumdurno Stone, after a nearby farm) is a Pictish standing stone near Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, most likely dating to the 9th century CE.

This is the Hiton of Cadboll stone, carved around 800 AD in the Pictish heartland of Northern Scotland.

This is the Hiton of Cadboll stone, carved around 800 AD in the Pictish heartland of Northern Scotland.

Aberlemno Pictish Kirkyard Stone, Aberlemno, Angus, Scotland. One of these days I'm going to find the pictures I took of this stone and more in 2002...

Aberlemno Pictish Kirkyard Stone, Aberlemno, Angus, Scotland. One of these days I'm going to find the pictures I took of this stone and more in 2002...

Double Disc Z Rod Pictish Symbol - This Pictish design is known as Double disc Z Rod, it's significance or meaning to the Picts is unknown, as the assimilation of Pictish Culture into Gaelic Scot culture caused oral knowledge and the Pictish language to be lost.

Double Disc Z Rod Pictish Symbol - This Pictish design is known as Double disc Z Rod, it's significance or meaning to the Picts is unknown, as the assimilation of Pictish Culture into Gaelic Scot culture caused oral knowledge and the Pictish language to be lost.

The Aberlemno Serpent Stone, Class I Pictish stone, showing (top to bottom) the serpent, the double disc and Z-rod and the mirror and comb

The Aberlemno Serpent Stone, Class I Pictish stone, showing (top to bottom) the serpent, the double disc and Z-rod and the mirror and comb