Pictish Silver Chain, Century ADThis massive silver chain was found at Whitecleugh in Lanarkshire, Scotland. It is one of ten surviving heavy silver chains, of a type found only in Scotland and generally attributed to the Picts.
Broomend of Crichie, Aberdeenshire. This stone stands within a henge monument, and is carved with a crescent, a V-sign, and strange creatures. The Picts were a Late Iron Age and Early Medieval Celtic people living in eastern and northern Scotland.
Research- the stone itself is an advancement both in stone etching, but also in the 3 dimensional creation of the circular piece encompassed by the cross. This was an architectural feat for this time, an advancement from carvings as pictured above.