Seward’s Stone

Sometimes called the Belmont Stone, this rough, granite stone, 1.0 m high, by 0.9 m wide by 0.5m thick, lies in the grounds of the Belmont Estate near Belmont Castle. Seward (also known as Siward or Sigurd) was an earl of Northumbria who brought an army into Scotland and defeated Macbeth at the “Battle of the Seven Sleepers” or the “Battle of Dunsinane”. It is one of two stones linked to the Macbeth story in the estate grounds, the other being Macbeth’s Stone

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