|Máirín Mac Carron
|13 September 2002
|Cross Head and Shaft.
|Church at Middleton.
|Stone type: Medium-grained, yellowish-white sandstone.
|106.8cm (42'') in height.
|Cross Shaft, front view, dated to tenth century.
|The lowest part of the shaft is not decorated. There is a single long panel, flanked by a plain, flat edge moulding. This
panel contains a hunt scene. A stag stands at the base. At its left, above it, there is a hound. Above this there is a smaller
hound. The top right hand quarter of the panel has a standing human figure. He is pointing a spear downwards with his right
hand. His left hand is on his knife in its horizontal sheath on his belt. He has a skull cap. His feet point to the left.