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Stone, Worked

Identifier: 1994.905 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

carved unicorn head from Haddington Cross (see 1994.904), dark grey heavily weathered stone animal head, nose and face built up in (decomposing) plasticine, remnants of red, yellow and black paint ...

Gravestone

Identifier: 268 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

tomb slab fragment, grey coloured

Gravestone

Identifier: 387 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

incised cross within a cross, very eroded, other side has larger incised cross within a cross, arms protrude slightly beyond edge of stone, surfaces tool marked, irregular edges, weathered grey ove...

Stone, Worked

Identifier: 401 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

fragment of masonry, figure of eight section with inverted V strip orthogonal to section, weathered grey, off-white base stone. Date 21/12/1199 to 21/12/1299.

Gravestone

Identifier: 1994.675 · Date: 1311 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

fragment from sculpted grave slab from the tomb of Robert Lauder, eroded, carving on one face showing breast, clasped hands over waist and arms of a knight

Anchor

Identifier: 2000.460.1 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

stone anchor. Triangular in shape with a round hole through the depth of the stone at the top and a rectangular hole at the bottom of the stone. The stone is covered in barnacles.

Anchor

Identifier: 2000.460.2 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

stone anchor, probably originally triangular in shape, this example is rectangular with a round hole through the depth of the stone at the top and a rectangular hole at the bottom of the stone. The...

Anchor

Identifier: 2000.460.3 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

stone anchor, triangular with a round hole through the depth of the stone at the top and a rectangular hole at the bottom of the stone. The stone is covered in barnacles.

Anchor

Identifier: 2000.460.4 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

stone anchor, triangular with a round hole through the depth of the stone at the top and a rectangular hole at the bottom of the stone. The stone has broken into two sections at the top through the...

Anchor (part)

Identifier: 2000.460.5 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

part of a stone anchor, triangular with a longer piece to one side forming an axe shape. The stone is covered in barnacles.