Ardlair Stone facts for kids
|Symbol Stone (geograph 4712143).jpg
|Discovered||Identified as Pictish 1901|
|Present location||Kennethmont, Aberdeenshire, Scotland|
The Ardlair Stone is a class I Pictish stone that stands in a field in Ardlair, Kennethmont, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. It is associated with a number of other stones that have been proposed by some to be the remains of a recumbent stone circle.
A rough hewn stone of grey Gneiss, the stone was identified as Pictish in 1901. The stone bears the incised symbols of the Pictish beast, the tuning fork and the mirror.
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