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The legacy of nineteenth-century replicas for object cultural biographies: lessons in duplication from 1830s FifeThe St Andrews Sarcophagus and Norrie's Law hoard are two of the most important surviving Pictish relics from early medieval Scotland. The entanglement of their later biographies is also of international significance in its own right. Soon after discovery in nineteenth-century Fife, both sets of objects were subject, in 1839,...
Foster, Sally M ; Blackwell, Alice ; Goldberg, D Martin
Book chapterAround AD 800, a superbly carved cross-slab was erected at Hilton of Cadboll in north-east Scotland. The major part of the stone stand now in the National Museum of Scotland, and the story of what happened to it in the intervening centuries is told here.
Clarke, David V ; Foster, Sally M