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TULLOCH STONE FIND bridges ‘crucial gap in knowledge’ of the country’s undocumented history

During ground clearance work close to Perth’s McDiarmid park, a monolith close to two metres high was found, depicting a male figure carrying a spear. Though the outline of the man could be seen, the carving was faint in places and the surface of the stone had partly delaminated.

Archaeologists from the University of Aberdeen have taken

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