Ritchie, A. (1995). Meigle and lay patronage in Tayside in the 9th and 10th centuries AD. Tayside Fife Archaeol J 1. Vol 1, pp. 1-10.

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Meigle and lay patronage in Tayside in the 9th and 10th centuries AD
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Tayside Fife Archaeol J 1
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Tayside & Fife Archaeological Journal
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1
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1 - 10
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Examines the history of the collection of Early Medieval carved stones at Meigle, Perthshire, which provides information about the sequence of churches there from around AD 700 to 1869. The existing church probably stands on the original eighth/ninth century site, and the churchyard wall may echo the original enclosure. Meigle was probably not a monastery and is large enough to suggest a major centre of lay patronage nearby. This is consistent with evidence elsewhere in Tayside, including Aberlemno, Angus, of such patronage during the ninth and tenth centuries after the takeover of Pictland by the Scots.
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Anna Ritchie
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Brendan O C O'Connor (Abstract author)
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1995
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10th Centuries Ad (Auto Detected Temporal)
Carved Stones (Auto Detected Subject))
Early Medieval (Auto Detected Temporal)
Tenth Centuries (Auto Detected Temporal)
Churchyard Wall (Auto Detected Subject))
Scots (Auto Detected Subject))
Enclosure (Auto Detected Subject))
Monastery (Auto Detected Subject))
Ad 700 To 1869 (Auto Detected Temporal)
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20 Jan 2002