Note of a Donation of Four Sculptured Stones from Monifieth, Forfarshire
Sculptured Stone, Church, Pictish symbols
St Regulus' Church, Monifieth, Forfarshire, Angus, Scotland, UK
Thirteenth century, Medieval
This article discusses the history of St Regulus’ church in Monifieth, including the minimal evidence of a Culdee establishment in the area and the suggestion that the church’s foundations were laid on top of an older church. The author provides in-depth descriptions of the stones and how they came to be donated to the Society. He goes on to compare the symbols found on these stones to other carved stones from the North-east and concludes by discussing the various contemporary theories of their origins.