A burial place for Bishop Thomas Tulloch - SMC066
Bishop Thomas Tulloch was a bishop of Orkney during the fifteenth century. His tomb stood between the east piers of the choir arcade facing into the south aisle.

Bishop Tulloch's tomb stood until the seventeenth century. It was destroyed by Oliver Cromwell's troops while they were garrisoned in the cathedral. They left only the base standing and stole the

The remains of the tomb can be found in The Orkney Museum. The oak crozier head and wax replicas of a chalice and paten from the tomb are owned by the National Museum of Scotland and on loan to The Orkney Museum.

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