|Máirín Mac Carron
|1 August 2002
|Cross, south view.
|churchyard at Gosforth.
|442cm (174'') high.
|Stone type: medium-grained red sandstone.
|South view of Cross shaft, dated to the first half of the tenth century.
|There is a run of ring-chain, which has an animal-head at the top.
|Underneath this there is a horned quadruped (stag/hart).
|Below this there is a wolf/dog whose legs are tangled in interlace formed by thin strands. He is set sideways on the shaft.
|Next there is a belted horseman. His left hand holds a bridle and his right hand holds a spear behind the horse. The feet
of the horse are set over a horizontal strip of three-strand plain plait.
|At the base of the panel there is a creature, seen in profile, with pointed, open jaws, peaked forehead, and a round eye.
His lower parts are interlaced with his arm.