|Máirín Mac Carron
|12 September 2002
|Cross Shaft fragment.
|Stone type: millstone grit.
|19.5'' high, 13'' tapering to 11'' at the top wide, and 7'' thick.
|Cross Shaft fragment, known as The Calvary Stone.
|The main face of the stone has a draped figure holding a short-armed cross in his left hand and over his shoulder. He may
have a nimbus. There are serpentine shapes carved on either side of the shaft of the cross, and part of a serpent under the
left arm of the main figure. This may represent Christ carrying the cross to Calvary.
|Above this figure's head there is the lower part of the body of another figure. There is a disc or pellet carved in relief
near his left foot.