An event is to take place next month to commemorate a north-east 12th Century manuscript.
Music for the Book of Deer will be performed by award-winning composer Richard Ingham at the Monastery of Deer near Old Deer, where many experts believe the book was written.
The book provides a unique insight into the early church, culture and society of this period and is one of the oldest pieces of Gaelic writing to have survived from early Medieval Scotland.
The musical performance will take place on Sunday May 12 at 2pm in the Parish Church Old Deer, organised by the Music at Aden group.
Derek Jennings from the group explained the event will provide a great deal of information on Scotland’s oldest book and greatest icon.
The performance is free for children and £15 for adults, available from music-at-aden.co.uk or in the gift shop at Aden Country Park.