The Maiden Stone is one of the best examples of Pictish sculptural stonework standing today. It’s 3m tall and made from pinkish granite. It was probably carved some time after AD 700, though this is debated. The stone DSC_2505 (one of the tallest of all Pictish monuments, even though several centimetres have been lost at the top owing to weathering). It is a Class II Pictish monument (combining Christian, and pre-Christian Pictish, motifs), dating from the late 8th or early 9th century AD.Address: Garioch Rd
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