"Rodney’s Stone in Morayshire in the form of a Pictish cross-slab shows two sea monsters facing each other, a decorative creature, a double disc and a ‘Z’ rod. There is also some Ogham on the stone, which spells out the name Ethernan. The stone dates back to around the eighth century…."
Text source: www.bbc.co.uk

"Rodney’s Stone in Morayshire in the form of a Pictish cross-slab shows two sea monsters facing each other, a decorative creature, a double disc and a ‘Z’ rod. There is also some Ogham on the stone, which spells out the name Ethernan. The stone dates back to around the eighth century…."

Text source: www.bbc.co.uk

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    I love sea monsters! These look like whales to me.
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