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Education, Medical and Research (6 files)

Images from schools, universities, medical and research establishments
20050317Pictavia 1PR 
 Children from Kinloch Primary School, Carnoustie ...seven year old pupils dressed as picts L to R: Amy Cruickshank, Ryan Elrick, Ben Adam & Molly Gunn with Jock the Pict at Pictavia in Brechin.....Pic:Paul Reid/Angus Pictures....see story Dave Rennie - Angus Ahead, Angus Council 
 Keywords: Pictavia, Brechin, Pict, children, visitor
20050317Pictavia 2PR 
 Children from Kinloch Primary School, Carnoustie on a visit to Pictacvia which has recently been upgraded..... Seven year old pupil Sarah Tindal dressed as pict chats to Jock Ferguson aka Jock the Pict at Pictavia in Brechin.....Pic:Paul Reid/Angus Pictures....see story Dave Rennie - Angus Ahead, Angus Council 
 Keywords: Pictavia, Brechin, Pict, children, visitor
20050317Pictavia 3PR 
 Children from Ferryden Primary School on a visit to the newly upgraded Pictavi centre...seven year old pupils dressed as picts L to R: with Jock Ferguson aka Jock the Pict demonstrating the Bow & Arrow at Pictavia in Brechin.....Pic:Paul Reid/Angus Pictures....see story Dave Rennie - Angus Ahead, Angus Council 
 Keywords: Pictavia, Brechin, Pict, children, visitor
20050317Pictavia 4PR 
 Children from Kinloch Primary School, Carnoustie on a visit to the newly upgraded Pictavia centre in Brechin... Jock Ferguson aka 'Jock the Pict' chats to the children ....Pic:Paul Reid/Angus Pictures....see story Dave Rennie - Angus Ahead, Angus Council 
 Keywords: Pictavia, Brechin, Pict, children, visitor
20050317Pictavia 5PR 
 Children from Kinloch Primary School, Carnoustie on a visit to the newly upgraded Pictavi centre in Brechin....Pic:Paul Reid/Angus Pictures....see story Dave Rennie - Angus Ahead, Angus Council 
 Keywords: Pictavia, Brechin, Pict, children, visitor
8193925 
 Children from Kinloch Primary School, Carnoustie on a visit to Pictacvia which has recently been upgraded. Seven year old pupil Sarah Tindal dressed as pict chats to Jock Ferguson - Jock the Pict - at Pictavia in Brechin.

Pictavia is a Visitor Centre which tells the story of Scotland's ancient Pictish tribes, a warrior people who roamed Angus nearly two thousand years ago. 
 Keywords: Pictavia, Brechin, Pict, children, visitor

GV General Views > Marine and Coastal (5 files)

Images at sea and on the coastal fringe including harbours. Fishing images are under industry
7245212 
 Catterline.

Undiscovered Scotland says, "The curved shingle bay below Catterline was said to be a landing point for St Ninian in the late 400s as he began the conversion of the Picts to Christianity. Fishing boats have operated from here for a thousand years or more, though the numbers operating in recent centuries have not been large." 
 Keywords: Catterline, cottage, house, whitewash, white, chimney, beach, hut, cove
8537624 
 Catterline. Catterline is a coastal village on the North Sea in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. It is situated about six kilometers south of Stonehaven; nearby to the north are Dunnottar Castle and Fowlsheugh Nature.The curved shingle bay below Catterline was said to be a landing point for St Ninian in the late 400s as he began the conversion of the Picts to Christianity. Fishing boats have operated from here for a thousand years or more, though the numbers operating in recent centuries have not been large. 
 Keywords: Catterline, cottage, house, postbox, whitewash, white, chimney, terrace
8537640 
 Catterline is a coastal village on the North Sea in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. It is situated about six kilometers south of Stonehaven; nearby to the north are Dunnottar Castle and Fowlsheugh Nature.The curved shingle bay below Catterline was said to be a landing point for St Ninian in the late 400s as he began the conversion of the Picts to Christianity. Fishing boats have operated from here for a thousand years or more, though the numbers operating in recent centuries have not been large. 
 Keywords: Catterline, cottage, house, postbox, whitewash, white, chimney
8537653 
 Row of whitewashed fisher cottages in Catterline. Catterline is a coastal village on the North Sea in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. It is situated about six kilometers south of Stonehaven; nearby to the north are Dunnottar Castle and Fowlsheugh Nature.The curved shingle bay below Catterline was said to be a landing point for St Ninian in the late 400s as he began the conversion of the Picts to Christianity. Fishing boats have operated from here for a thousand years or more, though the numbers operating in recent centuries have not been large. 
 Keywords: Catterline, cottage, house, postbox, whitewash, white, chimney, terrace, fisher
8537663 
 Whitewashed cottage in Catterline with wind vane standing amidst pile of "junk".
Catterline is a coastal village on the North Sea in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. It is situated about six kilometers south of Stonehaven; nearby to the north are Dunnottar Castle and Fowlsheugh Nature.The curved shingle bay below Catterline was said to be a landing point for St Ninian in the late 400s as he began the conversion of the Picts to Christianity. Fishing boats have operated from here for a thousand years or more, though the numbers operating in recent centuries have not been large. And smuggling was often a popular means of supplementing fishing incomes. 
 Keywords: Catterline, cottage, house, chimney, garden, white, junk, wind, vane

GV General Views > Rural and Scenic views (open collection)

Calendar and postcard type images mainly of the countryside. Some farming pictures, but most are in industry

GV General Views > Buildings and Urban Views (2 files)

Images made in towns and cities and images of specific buildings
8729041 
 Restenneth Library & Restenneth Priory
Angus Archives new location
Angus Council's Angus Archives opening at Restenneth Library at Restenneth Priory near Forfar. Portrait of founder of the library George Graham Guthrie Hunter.

The ancient priory church at Restenneth, by Forfar, is believed to have been founded by Nechtan, king of the Picts about 715. 
After many years being used as a cattlefold in the 19th century, the priory church was given into the care of Historic Scotland's forerunner in 1919. In 2005 Angus Archives relocated to the site, once more giving Restenneth a prominent part to play in the heritage of the area. 
 Keywords: Restenneth, library, archives, history, Priory, books, Fiobna Scharlu, Nechtan, King, Picts
8729055 
 Restenneth Priory near Forfar

Restenneth Priory is a 13th Century Augustinian Priory, built on the site of an earlier church, possibly dating back to Pictish times.

The ancient priory church at Restenneth, by Forfar, is believed to have been founded by Nechtan, king of the Picts about 715. 
 Keywords: Restenneth, Priory, Church, Augustine, Augustinian, Picts, Nechtan

Arts and Entertainment > Literature and Visual Arts (7 files)

Artists, authors, painting, sculpture, exhibitions, antiques, books, poetry and libraries
19433829 
 Among the reasons the collection is so special is that it includes a lot of human detail, telling us about how the Picts lived. There are also rare details like St Paul of Thebes (not the apostle) and St Antony breaking bread in the desert. 
 Keywords: St, Vigeans, Arbroath, museum, exhibition, pictish, stone, Historic, Scotland, Angus, Council
19433852 
 St Vigeans Museum showing a collection of more than 30 Pictish stones at St Vigeans near Arbroath. 
Historic Scotland's Head of Cultural Resources Peter Yeoman(left) with Angus Council's Angus Council Cultural Service Manager Norman Atkinson in the refurbished museum

Among the reasons the collection is so special is that it includes a lot of human detail, telling us about how the Picts lived. There are also rare details like St Paul of Thebes (not the apostle) and St Antony breaking bread in the desert. 
 Keywords: St, Vigeans, Arbroath, museum, exhibition, pictish, stone, Historic, Scotland, Angus, Council
19433865 
 St Vigeans Museum; a collection of more than 30 Pictish stones at St Vigeans near Arbroath. Historic Scotland's Interpretation Officer Jennifer Webster admiring some of the stones in the refurbished museum. Among the reasons the collection is so special is that it includes a lot of human detail, telling us about how the Picts lived. There are also rare details like St Paul of Thebes (not the apostle) and St Antony breaking bread in the desert. 
 Keywords: St, Vigeans, Arbroath, museum, exhibition, pictish, stone, Historic, Scotland, Angus, Council
19433882 
 St Vigeans Museum; a collection of more than 30 Pictish stones at St Vigeans near Arbroath. Historic Scotland's Interpretation Officer Jennifer Webster admiring some of the stones in the refurbished museum. Among the reasons the collection is so special is that it includes a lot of human detail, telling us about how the Picts lived. There are also rare details like St Paul of Thebes (not the apostle) and St Antony breaking bread in the desert. 
 Keywords: St, Vigeans, Arbroath, museum, exhibition, pictish, stone, Historic, Scotland, Angus, Council
19433907 
 St Vigeans Museum; a collection of more than 30 Pictish stones at St Vigeans near Arbroath.

Historic Scotland's Interpretation Officer Jennifer Webster admiring some of the stones in the refurbished museum.

Among the reasons the collection is so special is that it includes a lot of human detail, telling us about how the Picts lived. There are also rare details like St Paul of Thebes (not the apostle) and St Antony breaking bread in the desert. 
 Keywords: St, Vigeans, Arbroath, museum, exhibition, pictish, stone, Historic, Scotland, Angus, Council
8729018 
 Angus Council's Angus Archives opening at Restenneth Library at Restenneth Priory near Forfar. Portrait of founder of the library George Graham Guthrie Hunter
The ancient priory church at Restenneth, by Forfar, is believed to have been founded by Nechtan, king of the Picts about 715. 
After many years being used as a cattlefold in the 19th century, the priory church was given into the care of Historic Scotland's forerunner in 1919. In 2005 Angus Archives relocated to the site, once more giving Restenneth a prominent part to play in the heritage of the area. 
 Keywords: Angus, archives, Restenneth, Priory, George, Graham, Guthrie, Hunter. Nechtan, King, Picts
8729026 
 Angus Council's Angus Archives opening at Restenneth Library at Restenneth Priory near Forfar. Bruce & Jeudi Hunter pictured with Angus Councillor Joy Mowatt (left) & a portrait of Bruce's Uncle and founder of the library George Graham Guthrie Hunter.

The ancient priory church at Restenneth, by Forfar, is believed to have been founded by Nechtan, king of the Picts about 715. 
After many years being used as a cattlefold in the 19th century, the priory church was given into the care of Historic Scotland's forerunner in 1919. In 2005 Angus Archives relocated to the site, once more giving Restenneth a prominent part to play in the heritage of the area. 
 Keywords: Angus, archives, Restenneth, Priory, George, Graham, Guthrie, Hunter. Nechtan, King, Picts

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