|Máirín Mac Carron
|23 September 2002
|Cross Shafts, South view.
|Two Cross Shafts, South view. The larger cross is dated to the early ninth century. The smaller one is dated to the mid ninth
|North Cross (larger Cross): This side has inhabited vine-scroll and interlace.
|South Cross (smaller one): This has a number of figures holding staffs, two figures in each row on the face. At the bottom
of the shaft there are two figures without staffs, and below them there are two angels.