|Máirín Mac Carron
|12 July 2002
|Auckland St Andrews
|Base of Cross shaft, south view.
|at the west end of the nave inside the Church.
|Stone type: medium-grained massive sandstone.
|South view of the base of the Cross shaft, dated to the last half of the eighth century, first quarter of ninth century.
|Only half of the base survives, which gives us one figure. He is holding up his left hand with the first two fingers extended
in blessing. He is thought to be an Apostle.
|Above him is part of the bottom of the shaft with vine-scroll.