Early Medieval Carved Stones at Brechin Cathedral

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Royal Commission on the Ancient & Historical Monuments of Scotland, 2007 - Architecture - 12 pages
For well over a millennium, Brechin has been an important religious centre. The area was a key location for the Picts and many examples of their magnificent legacy of stone carving are housed in Brechin Cathedral. This fully-illustrated booklet provides an excellent introduction to the collection.

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