The Brandsbutt Stone, showing detail of ogham script
|Size||1.07 metres (3.5 ft)|
|Classification||Class I incised stone|
|Symbols||Crescent and v-rod
Serpent and z-rod
|Present location||Inverurie, Aberdeenshire|
A large block of whinstone, 1.07 metres (3.5 ft) high, 1.27 metres (4.2 ft) wide and 0.91 metres (3.0 ft) deep, the stone had been broken up and used in building a dry stone wall before 1866. The stone, now reassembled, bears two incised Pictish symbols, a crescent and v-rod and a serpent and z-rod, and an inscription in Ogham, IRATADDOARENS.
- Fraser, Iain (2008), The Pictish Symbol Stones of Scotland, Edinburgh: Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historic Monuments of Scotland, pp. 62–63