|6 June 2002
|Originally found in the ruins of an old chapel at Killiecrankie, now erected 100 yards south of Dunfallandy Cottage.
|Stone type: Old Red Sandstone
|5'' high, 2'2'' wide and 5'' at the sides.
|Upright rectangular cross slab.
|Centre of top of slab: Human head between the mouths of two beasts. The bodies of the beasts form the vertical border of the
slab, and finish in fish tails at the bottom of the slab
|Upper slab: two enthroned figures face each other. Above the figures are symbols, two connecting discs, an 'elephant(?)' symbol
and a crescent and two rods in a V shape.
|Lower part of slab: an ecclesiastic on a horse. Above and in front of the horse and rider are a crescent and v shaped rod,
and below the figure are an axe or hammer, a pair of pincers and an anvil.