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Bradda Mooar Cross Slab

Period: Medieval

NGR Easting: 220005

NGR Northing: 470305

Description: This worn and weathered slab was found at Bradda Mooar, implying the presence of a now-lost keeill and burial ground.

One face bears the faint remains of a geometric ‘cross pattée’ in relief, the shallow, flat recesses between the limbs now almost square in outline. A small equal-limbed cross is incised on each limb.

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Site & Monument Type: cross

Category: National Monuments Record: Statutory Ancient Monuments

Site ID number: Manx Cross 66

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