Sueno's Stone, near Forres, Scotland

Sueno's Stone, near Forres, Scotland

June 2010 Issue

Sueno's Stone, near Forres, Scotland


Sueno’s Stone, near Forres, Scotland

"When shall we three meet again, in thunder, lightning or in rain?" contemporary legend has it that Shakespeare penned the opening lines of "Macbeth," the meeting of the three witches, with this month's subject in mind for his setting.

Sueno's Stone, near Forres, Scotland, is thought to have been built by a Pictish tribe somewhere between AD 800 and 900. The carvings on the 21-foot tall stone may depict a battle scene.

Six readers sent in the correct answer by the deadline and CYNTHIA BAUZON of Carmel, Indiana, won the drawing. We thank Sol Gold of Las Vegas, Nevada, for contributing the photo.