Hunting Picts: Medieval sculptures at St Vigeans, Angus. Volumes 1 & 2
During restoration of St Vigeans Church in the 1870s, a collection of Pictish sculpture emerged, reused as building material. This collection, including the Drosten stone, is now preserved by Historic Environment Scotland in the adjacent museum.
Pictish culture lacks written documents, but the rich visual imagery on these stones provides a key to interpret the silent past. This book takes an interdisciplinary approach to reveal a vibrant historical context.
The book is generously illustrated with photographs and illustrations of the St Vigeans collection and comparative works, and includes a comprehensive a catalogue. The definitive study of the carved stones of St Vigeans.
Paperback, Volumes 1 & 2 included.