Meigle church yard with Guinevere grave and the place where ancient pict stones are housed. Meigle maintains that Guinevere lived here and changed her name after King Arthur’s death to Vanora. This is where she is buried. This place also houses many stones that were carved by the ancient tribes of the pict people of Scotland. They are said to be the Celtic descendants of Caledonia Tribes. There language was made up of pictures. These stones show the Rose as divine feminine, snake as tribal healer and many mythical creatures, as well as, many other messages to us today on how to live in harmony with the earth. Also tells their story of battle of Romans and English.