This Class I symbol stone is a large slab carved with the full length figure of a fierce-looking man known as Rhynie Man. He’s depicted wearing a belted tunic and is carrying an axe over his shoulder. It was found during ploughing at Barflat farm in 1978 some 40m east-north-east of the Craw Stane and is thought to have originally stood on the crest of the hill’s shoulder. It is now housed in the foyer of Woodhill House and a cast can be seen in the vestibule of the local school.
Alternative names for Rhynie Man
Barflat; Rhynie 7; Rhynie Barflat
OS Map for Rhynie Man
OS Explorer map 420/OL62
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