Substantial stone-built former manse with a range of outbuildings and its own pier, set in a fantastic shoreside situation on the island of bressay, enjoying outstanding views westwards across bressay sound to lerwick which is easily accessed by a seven minute ro-ro ferry journey. Secondly, the ogham inscription is usually engraved on an artificial stemline on the surface of the stone, either on the main surface of the stone (eg frmsn/1 and bratt/1) or running up one or both of the narrow sides of the stone (eg dyce/1 and fordn/1. Bressay er en ø i øgruppen shetlandsøerne, der med bressay sund er adskilt fra hovedøen mainlandder er regelmæssig færgeforbindelse fra maryfield til lerwickøen har ca 380 indbyggere, er ca 9 km lang, indtil 5 km bred og den har et areal på 28 km.
The bressay stone is an outstanding example of pictish art, described as a slab of chlorite slate, about 16 inches wide at the top, tapering to less than a foot at the bottom the slender sides are engraved with ogham, and the two faces with various examples of knotwork, and imagery. The bressay stone is an outstanding example of pictish art a slab of chlorite slate, about 16 inches wide at the top, tapering to less than a foot at the bottom the slender sides are engraved with ogham, and the two faces with various examples of knotwork, and imagery. Bronze age bressay is a community project being undertaken in partnership between the bressay history group, archaeology scotland and the scape trust the project aims to excavate an eroding burnt mound on the island of bressay, at a site that lies opposite to shetland's capital, lerwick.
A large carved pictish stone was found here and a replica remains on site while the original can be seen in the national museum of scotland bressay sound has provided a safe and sheltered anchorage for centuries. The bressay stone was found in the church graveyard: an 8th / 9th c pictish slab with ogham inscriptions the stone is now in the national museum of scotland in edinburgh, but a replica has been placed here. The bressay stone is an outstanding example of pictish art a slab of chlorite slate, about 16 inches wide at the top, tapering to less than a foot at the bottom.
Bressay stone (gc1k940) was created by fantasticcat on 12/30/2008 it's a micro size geocache, with difficulty of 15, terrain of 2 it's located in northern scotland, united kingdomone hour+ walk from the ferry terminal. A replica of the famous bressay stone found around 1851 stands in the churchyard the pictish class iii stone dates from the 9th century a bronze-age burnt mound lies near the village ruins. Bressay is located less than a mile to the east of lerwick and the island creates a sheltered harbour for lerwick and enabled its development as a portbressay is 7 miles from north to south by 3 miles from east to west.
The stone is now in the royal museum of scotland this is a drawing of the stone which appeared in john stuart's 1856 publication 'the sculptured stones of scotland' there is a rounded cross at the top with a pair of animals and a pair of figures below. Bressay & noss noss noss, a small island off the east coast of bressay, is a national nature reserve with over 100,000 pairs of breeding seabirds. The pictish bressay stone was found near st mary's church in 1852 this is an upright, schist slab with relief designs on the two broad sides and ogham inscriptions on the narrow sides   the inscription is reported to be a memorial for the daughter of a chieftain [5. Hill of cruester, bressay (standing stone / menhir) on the modern antiquarian, the uk & ireland's most popular megalithic community website 1 news item, 5 images, 2 fieldnotes, 1 weblink, plus information on many more ancient sites nearby and across the uk & ireland.
The bressay stone is an outstanding example of pictish art just a short ferry hop across the sound is the island of bressay - so near and yet, with the quiet pace of island life, it feels like a world apart. Qüé=m~éáä=píçåé=c~åíëüééí= where is the papil stone you can see the original stone at the national museum of scotland, edinburgh. Bressay is an island on shetland's east side, a seven-minute ferry journey from lerwick, shetland's capital town bressay's easy access from lerwick makes it an ideal choice for a day trip, but to enjoy its best walks, historic sites and stunning scenery will require a longer stay.