"Clach Biorach" (The Pointed Stone), Ardmore A striking Bronze-age stone, with much later Pictish carvings.
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Edderton (Scottish Gaelic: Eadardan) is a village near Tain, lying on the shores of the Dornoch Firth, Easter Ross and is in the Highland council area of Scotland. It has approximately 388 inhabitants. It is the location of the Balblair Distillery, and of the Class III Pictish stone, the Edderton Cross Slab, which lies in the old churchyard of the village. A quarter of a mile outside the town lies another stone, the Clach Biorach or "Edderton symbol stone", a Class I Pictish stone.
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