Linlithgow Winged Stag

Linlithgow Winged Stag

Linlithgow Winged Stag

This winged stag is a capture from the Linlithgow palace fountain. The courtyard fountain was designed to show the power of King James V in the 1530s and the fountain was vandalized in the 1640s by those who objected on religious grounds to the motto God Save the King.

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