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Stones with Inscriptions

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Rectangular Slab with Inscription

Drawing of a tall rectangular slab bearing an inscription. [WD1061, folio 11]
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Inscribed: 5ft. by lft.5ins. Reduction of an Ancient Inscription on Stone found in Depaldinna at Amrawutty - The lower part of the stone broken off.
Location of Sculpture: British Museum. Knox (1992) catalogue number 130; BM67.
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Broken Slab with Inscription

Drawing of a broken slab bearing an inscription. [WD1061, folio 12]
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Inscribed: Fac Simile of an inscription which was placed on the East side of the South Gateway of Dipaldinna August 1816. Cop'd by J. Gould, 18 December 1817.
Location of Sculpture: Unknown.
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