This is for anyone who likes looking at Pictish sculpture….
The link below takes you to a rotating 3D image of the Dupplin Cross. This imposing monument (2.5 metres high) was carved in the early 9th century. It commemorates the Pictish king Causantin mac Fergusa (‘Constantine, son of Fergus’) who reigned from 789 to 820.
The cross formerly stood on a hillside above Strathearn in Perthshire, overlooking the Pictish royal settlement at Forteviot on the valley floor. It now stands inside St Serf’s Church at nearby Dunning, under the care of Historic Scotland.