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Pictish Symbol Stone Tillytarmont 2 Rothiemay

Ploughed up by Mr Edwards, North Tillytarmont in Spring 1944 at Donaldson Hough, Rothiemay, Scotland close to he previous find of the "Goose Stone" was the Pictish Incised Symbol Stone Tillytarmont 2. Unknowingly or not the stone was placed at the side of the field where it was then forgotten. Ten years later (1954) Dr Mackay while fishing on the Deveron, found the stone lying where it was left covered in weeds and grass and reported it to Mr Mitchell the Huntly Antiquarian and on his advice this stone too was placed in Whyness Riddochs garden at Whitestones, Rothiemay, Huntly for safe keeping. The stone still remains there along with Tillytarmont 3 in a cops of Trees. Although the stone is damaged and badly weathered the Crescent and V Rod, Double Disk and Z Rod can can still be seen.

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News Paper clipping from the Banffshire Journal 1954

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