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Bride Cross Slab

Period: Early Medieval

NGR Easting: 244960

NGR Northing: 501160

Description: This fragment of a cross once stood at the roadside opposite the old entrance into the churchyard, but its earlier history is unknown. Only the shaft of the cross now survives, but an old photograph shows that the slab was once cruciform in outline, and that a circle was carved in each limb. Each circle was joined to the next by a line so that the core of the cross was kite-shaped.

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Site & Monument Type: cross

Category: National Monuments Record: Statutory Ancient Monuments

Site ID number: Manx Cross 58


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