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Grave Monument Carving
Grave Monument Carving

Photo credit: Dunblane Museum

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This piece is possibly part of a grave monument or side chapel screen. It features the arms of the Chisholm bishops of Dunblane. On the left, a dragon attacks a duck while another dragon looks on from the right.

Dunblane Museum

Dunblane

Title

Grave Monument Carving

Date

15th C–16th C

Medium

wood

Measurements

H 19 x W 72.5 x D 3 cm

Accession number

ART04

Work type

Relief

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Dunblane Museum

The Cross, Dunblane, Stirling FK15 0AQ Scotland

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