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 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
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Upload Date: Friday, October 10, 2008
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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