|Máirín Mac Carron
|12 June 2002
|NJ 665403 (366575, 840312)
|General view of back of Maiden Stone cross slab.
|West of the Chapel of Garioch and on the North slope of the Mither Tap.
|Stone type: Red Granite
|10' high, by 3' wide at the bottom tapering to 2'8'' wide at the top, and 1' thick at bottom tapering to 6'' at the top.
|General view of the back of the Maiden Stone Cross slab.
|There are four panels on this. At the top there are beasts which are difficult to see. Below this a two-legged rectangle and
Z-shaped rod symbol. Next there is the elephant symbol. At the bottom there is a mirror and comb symbol. The mirror has a
round handle and the comb has a double set of teeth.