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Willie Thomson’s paper on The Ladykirk Stone was published in volume two of the New Orkney Antiquarian Journal. In his paper Thomson ‘disentangles the legends’ and ‘discusses the implications of the inauguration stone’s location at St Mary’s Church in Burwick’. This paper follows on from Thomson’s 2002 article by further examining the relationship between the Ladykirk Stone and St Magnus, Orkney’s patron saint. In doing so, it also draws on Thomson’s 2003 article on St Magnus, published in Northern Studies. This research is part of a wider project investigating the cultural remains of St Magnus gathering and analysing tangible and intangible evidence to broaden understanding of the veneration of Magnus in Orkney from his martyrdom in c.1117 to recent times.
|Number of pages||7|
|Journal||New Orkney Antiquarian Journal|
|Publication status||Published - 4 Sep 2018|
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'With a good boat under me': connecting with the Cult of St Magnus in the earldoms of Orkney and Caithness
Sarah Jane Gibbon (Invited speaker)17 Sep 2022
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