Saints and Stones: Sueno's Stone

Sueno's Stone is a 23 foot massive Pictish sculptured stone, the largest known. The west face has a carved Celtic cross with elaborately interlaced decoration and a poorly preserved scene set in a panel below the cross. It has suffered considerable weathering in places. The east face has four panels that show a large battle scene. The stone dates to between the 9th and 11th Centuries.

About Sueno's Stone

Megalithic Portal: Sueno's Stone
Ancient Scotland: Sueno's Stone
Wikipedia: Sueno's Stone

Journey to Sueno's Stone

Sueno's Stone is located on the B9011 at the eastern edge of the town of Forres, Moray, Scotland. The stone is covered by a large glass case.

Ordnance Survey Map (NJ046595)

Visitors Information

Visitors information may be found at the Historic Scotland website. General tourist information may be found on the Moray Speyside Tourism website.

Additional Photos of Sueno's Stone

Descriptive Sign at Sueno's Stone
Sueno's Stone Encased in Glass
West Face Depicting Celtic Cross, Sueno's Stone
East Face Depicting Warriors in Battle, Sueno's Stone
Side of Sueno's Stone

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