St Andrews Cathedral Museum

St Andrews Cathedral Museum is home to many fine stone carvings and Pictish stones. These include the world famous St Andrews Sarcophagus. This is one of the finest examples of early medieval sculpture in Europe. Dating to the late eighth century A.D, it is likely to be a memorial to Oengus, son of Fergus who died in 761. Other exhibits include pictish stone crosses, fragments of the tomb of Bishop Henry Wardlaw, Christian Brydie and Thomas Balfour.


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