|Máirín Mac Carron
|20 September 2002
|Cross Shaft fragments.
|Museum of Antiquities, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
|Stone type: Coarse-grained, massive yellow sandstone.
|Cross Shaft fragments, dated to early ninth century, lower fragment.
|The stone has been broken and the frame is mutilated.
|Below Christ there are a number of heads, eleven, turned upwards. These are probably the Apostles. Four of the figures in
the front row are holding books. These may represent the Evangelists.