The stones belong to the Govan School of medieval sculpture. They date from the 9th to the 11th century when Inchinnan, Dumbarton Rock and Govan were all places of burial for the elite and the royalty of the Kingdom of Strathclyde.
The earliest and most important of the three stones has been placed at the centre of the group. It is probably a shrine or sarcophagus cover. The enshrined relics may have been those of St Conval. His relics were venerated in the 16th century.
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