St Peter’s Church
This Class I symbol stone, carved on both sides, was found being used as a window sill at St. Peter’s Church.
Measuring around 1.52m long by 0.48m across and 0.08m thick, it is carved on one side with a rectangle above a crescent and V-rod and on the other side with a further crescent and V-rod.
The stone is now in the National Museum of Scotland with the accession number IB.2.
Alternative names for St Peter’s Church