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Our Portmoak: Uncovering Stories from the Past
reveals the secrets of two memorial stones
The Portmoak Stone was discovered in 1976 on the site of the former parish church of Portmoak by the old shore-line of Loch Leven, the Portmoak Stone is a thousand-year-old Celtic Cross-slab. It is now located in the parish church above Scotlandwell. The sandstone cross is decorated with fine interlacing, but the 3D photography also indicates the presence of other imagery, possibly depicting angels or Biblical scenes.
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