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TITLE
Slabs at Kilmichael of Inverlussa and Appin
EXTERNAL ID
QZP40_2408_P047
PLACENAME
Kilmichael of Inverlussa
DISTRICT
Mid Argyll
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
ARGYLL: North Knapdale
DATE OF IMAGE
1875
CREATOR
T P White
SOURCE
Highland Libraries
ASSET ID
31524
KEYWORDS
stones
graves
grave markers
grave stones
tombstones
tombs
carvings
designs
Slabs at Kilmichael of Inverlussa and Appin

Kilmichael of Inverlussa is a small settlement on the east side of Loch Sween, near the point where the Lussa river runs into the loch.

The grave stone in this illustration is of 17th- century origin but it has borrowed the symbols and carvings of the medieval stones. Compared to earlier stones the carvings are fewer and much less intricate.

This illustration was taken from 'Archaeological Sketches in Scotland: Knapdale and Gigha', by Captain T P White (1875)

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Slabs at Kilmichael of Inverlussa and Appin

ARGYLL: North Knapdale

stones; graves; grave markers; grave stones; tombstones; tombs; carvings; designs

Highland Libraries

Fraser Mackintosh Collection (illustrations)

Kilmichael of Inverlussa is a small settlement on the east side of Loch Sween, near the point where the Lussa river runs into the loch.<br /> <br /> The grave stone in this illustration is of 17th- century origin but it has borrowed the symbols and carvings of the medieval stones. Compared to earlier stones the carvings are fewer and much less intricate.<br /> <br /> This illustration was taken from 'Archaeological Sketches in Scotland: Knapdale and Gigha', by Captain T P White (1875)