Bullion Pictish Stone
Also known as: Invergowrie II
Invergowrie, Dundee, Angus
Pictish Symbol Stone Class III
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This Class III stone, found in 1933 during road construction, is now in the Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh.

This stone contains a unique Pictish image - a bald and bearded horseman drinking from a huge drinking horn. He carries a shield. His horse looks weary. And the point of the drinking horn ends in a startled-looking bird's head.