|Máirín Mac Carron
|2 August 2002
|Church at Hackness.
|Fragments from a Cross, dated to probably the ninth century or before.
|This shows sides A and B. A has four panels. The upper one has coiled serpent-like design. The next panel may be the head
from a figure, which is now gone. The panel below that seems to be the legs and lower bodies of two beasts, possibly facing
each other. The bottom panel has curvilinear designs on it.
|B is very worn. At the top there is the remains of interlace. Below this there are runes. At the bottom there is a panel of
interlace. Just above this panel there are the remains of runes.