dessislava julieva

dessislava julieva

dessislava julieva
Altre idee da dessislava
pictish snake - Cerca con Google

pictish snake - Cerca con Google

The Newton Stone - is an ancient pillar stone, found in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. The stone contains two inscriptions, one identified as Ogham, but the second script has never been positively identified and many different decipherments or theories have been proposed since the 1850's.

The Newton Stone - is an ancient pillar stone, found in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. The stone contains two inscriptions, one identified as Ogham, but the second script has never been positively identified and many different decipherments or theories have been proposed since the 1850's.

Elgin Stone [Front]

Elgin Stone [Front]

Pictish Stone at Eassie by Nigel's Best Pics, via Flickr

Pictish Stone at Eassie by Nigel's Best Pics, via Flickr

Aberlemno Sculptured Stone by Nigel's Best Pics, via Flickr

Aberlemno Sculptured Stone by Nigel's Best Pics, via Flickr

The magnificent Pictish cross-slab from Hilton of Cadboll in Easter Ross, carved between 700 & 800 AD...help the Glenmorangie project piece together the broken base of this amazing stone...

The magnificent Pictish cross-slab from Hilton of Cadboll in Easter Ross, carved between 700 & 800 AD...help the Glenmorangie project piece together the broken base of this amazing stone...

Pictish stones are monumental stelae found in Scotland, mostly north of the Clyde-Forth line, and on the Eastern side of the country. These stones are the most visible remaining evidence of the Picts and are thought to date from the 6th to 9th centuries, a period during which the Picts became Christianized. The earlier stones have few surviving parallels from the rest of the British Isles, but the later forms are variations within a wider Insular tradition of monumental stones such as high…

Pictish stones are monumental stelae found in Scotland, mostly north of the Clyde-Forth line, and on the Eastern side of the country. These stones are the most visible remaining evidence of the Picts and are thought to date from the 6th to 9th centuries, a period during which the Picts became Christianized. The earlier stones have few surviving parallels from the rest of the British Isles, but the later forms are variations within a wider Insular tradition of monumental stones such as high…

The front of the Ulbster Stone. Ireland. Compare early celtic carvings to those of Anatolia and Bulgaria, including the seahorse-like Dacian Dog

The front of the Ulbster Stone. Ireland. Compare early celtic carvings to those of Anatolia and Bulgaria, including the seahorse-like Dacian Dog

pictish stone detail

pictish stone detail

The Birsay Stone - The Crescent and V Rod and Mirror Case Carved into the stone's face are the fairly common Pictish symbols of a mirror and a crescent and V-rod.  Picture: Sigurd Towrie

The Birsay Stone - The Crescent and V Rod and Mirror Case Carved into the stone's face are the fairly common Pictish symbols of a mirror and a crescent and V-rod. Picture: Sigurd Towrie