Govan stone: Viking treasures in Scotland

The Scottish town of Govan, near Glascow, has long been known for its shipbuilding, but lying in a churchyard are some of its lesser-known masterpieces: a collection of 31 recumbant stones carved with classic Viking patterns. The stones, including five massive "hogbacks," dating from the 9th century. (photos)

Several of the stones, including one remarkable sarcophagus believed to have held relics from St Constantine, the son of Pictish king Kenneth MacAlpin, are being included in a Viking exhibit at the British Museum.