|Máirín Mac Carron
|1 August 2002
|Church at Gosforth.
|Stone type: medium-grained red sandstone.
|Hogback, side and end view, dated to the first half of the tenth century.
|This hogback is known for its depictions of warriors on the other side. It is known as the warrior's tomb. The end (west view)
has the remains of a curled and contoured ribbon animal bound in thin strands of interlace. The side has lateral mouldings
and unframed interlace decoration.