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Hiltonfcadbollstone Front The Hilton of Cadboll stone was carved around AD 800 in northern Scotland, then a heartland of the Picts.

Front This is the Hiton of Cadboll stone, carved around 800 AD in the Pictish heartland of Northern Scotland. The hunting scene in the middle is intricately carved and seems to show a woman leading an aristocratic hunt.

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The symbols here are as they appear on the Pictish stone from the Knowe o' Burrian in Harray, which is now on display at the Orkney Museum in Kirkwall.

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These are all celtic knots that are generally called "Ceilidhs," which in Gaelic means a community gathering and celebration. It's pronounced, "Kay-Lee"