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Peel Castle Cross Slab

Period: Late Medieval

NGR Easting: 224210

NGR Northing: 484570

Description: This stone was found built into the east wall of the north transept of St German's Cathedral. It was removed in 1906 and housed in the castle museum located in the guardhouse. All signs of carving have been worn away on both faces, and only an incomplete inscription survives on one edge. The use of the word ‘cross’ within the inscription implies that carving must once have been present. The inscription has been translated as "...this cross to the memory of Asrith his wife, daughter of Odd…"

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Site & Monument Type: cross

Category: National Monuments Record: Statutory Ancient Monuments

Site ID number: Manx Cross 140

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