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"King Malcolm's Gravestone at Glamis." (From Shakespeare's Tragedy of Macbeth, 1898. by Harper & Brothers. Engravings included. Edited by William J. Rolfe.) In modern nomenclature, "Glamis no. 2", a Class II Pictish stone, perhaps formed using a Bronze Age standing stone: see Lloyd Laing, "The date and context of the Glamis, Angus, carved Pictish stones" (Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 131 (2001), 223–239).

Date 27 October 2009, 01:43
Source King Malcolm's Gravestone at Glamis. Shakespeare's Tragedy of Macbeth, 1898
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