The Statue of a Sistrum-Player in Montrose and Her Position in an Early Ptolemaic Theban Priestly FamilyThis article is the publication of an indurated limestone standing statue, now in Montrose Museum (ANGUSalive M1980.4578), identified as a Sistrum-player. The statue was collected in 1834 by Dr James Burnes IV, a relative of the Scottish poet Robert Burns, during a journey from India to Scotland. Stylistic features of...
Potter, Daniel M
Journal articleThe date of unique symbolic carvings, from various contexts across north and east Scotland, has been debated for over a century. Excavations at key sites and direct dating of engraved bone artefacts have allowed for a more precise chronology, extending from the third/fourth centuries AD, broadly contemporaneous with other non-vernacular...
Noble, Gordon ; Goldberg, D Martin ; Hamilton, Derek