This Class I symbol stone was discovered in the 19th century being used as a footbridge in Princes Street Gardens, below Edinburgh Castle.
In 1861 it was donated to the National Museum of Antiquities of Scotland by the owners of the Gardens, and is now in the National Museum of Scotland.
The sandstone slab measures around 1.1m tall by 0.7m wide, and is around 0.2m thick. It is carved with a crescent and V-rod above a double disc and Z-rod.
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