|Máirín Mac Carron
|19 July 2002
|Stone shaft, top half of south view.
|Bewcastle churchyard, south of west end of church.
|Stone type: medium-grained yellow sandstone.
|440 cm in height, 56 cm tapering to 40.5 cm in width, and 54 to 28 cm in depth.
|View of top half of south face of stone shaft, dated to the first half of the eighth century.
|This side is edged by broad outer and fine inner roll mouldings. The panel at the top is not clear.
|The next panel has an interlace pattern.
|The third panel has a complex plant trail springing from a single root.
|There is a sundial attached like a large leaf to the stem of this.
|The next panel has a single register of outward-facing patterns with knots.