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TITLE
Gravemarker/armorial stone in St Maelrubha's chapel graveyard, Arisaig
EXTERNAL ID
HC_ARCH3_86052_010
PLACENAME
Arisaig
DISTRICT
Lochaber
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
INVERNESS: Arisaig and Moidart
PERIOD
1690s
SOURCE
The Highland Council Archaeology Unit
ASSET ID
13269
KEYWORDS
gravemarker
armoural stone
St Maelrubha
chapel
Isle Maree
Loch Maree
Arisaig
graveyard
Gravemarker/armorial stone in St Maelrubha's chapel graveyard, Arisaig

A gravemarker/armorial stone, dated back to the 1690s, located at St Maelrubha's chapel graveyard, in Arisaig. The stone contains the images of a ship, a tower, a fish and a hand grasping a cross.

The Irish Saint Maol Rubha founded the monastery at Applecross in 672. There are ruins of a chapel and graveyard on Isle Maree, believed to have been the saint's hermitage for a number of years.

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Gravemarker/armorial stone in St Maelrubha's chapel graveyard, Arisaig

INVERNESS: Arisaig and Moidart

1690s

gravemarker; armoural stone; St Maelrubha; chapel; Isle Maree; Loch Maree; Arisaig; graveyard

The Highland Council Archaeology Unit

A gravemarker/armorial stone, dated back to the 1690s, located at St Maelrubha's chapel graveyard, in Arisaig. The stone contains the images of a ship, a tower, a fish and a hand grasping a cross. <br /> <br /> The Irish Saint Maol Rubha founded the monastery at Applecross in 672. There are ruins of a chapel and graveyard on Isle Maree, believed to have been the saint's hermitage for a number of years.