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Parkmill, cross slab 150m north east of 2 Carnach

A Scheduled Monument in Clackmannanshire East, Clackmannanshire

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Latitude: 56.114 / 56°6'50"N

Longitude: -3.7684 / 3°46'6"W

OS Eastings: 290137

OS Northings: 692661

OS Grid: NS901926

Mapcode National: GBR 1K.LZ7T

Mapcode Global: WH5QF.2LT8

Entry Name: Parkmill, cross slab 150m NE of 2 Carnach

Scheduled Date: 4 December 1970

Last Amended: 28 August 2014

Source: Historic Environment Scotland

Source ID: SM3016

Schedule Class: Cultural

Category: Crosses and carved stones: cross slab

Location: Alloa

County: Clackmannanshire

Electoral Ward: Clackmannanshire East

Traditional County: Clackmannanshire


Early Victorian. Symmetrical detached 2-storey rubble-built

villa. Similar to Nos 20, 22.

Source: Historic Environment Scotland

Statement of Scheduling

This monument is of national importance as an example of a large and impressive cross slab associated with a cemetery known from historical sources. The cross slab is an impressive stone in its own right and has the capacity to add significantly to our appreciation and understanding of the past. There is also high potential for the presence of buried archaeological deposits and features, including further human burials, in the vicinity of the stone. This monument therefore has high potential to enhance our understanding of early medieval religious and funerary activities, specifically the relationship between carved stones and cemeteries, and can also inform our knowledge of the population that used the associated cemetery. The loss of this example would impede our ability to understand the use and function of stone cross slabs in eastern Scotland.

Source: Historic Environment Scotland


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Source: Historic Environment Scotland

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