|Máirín Mac Carron
|7 June 2002
|Argyll, Isle of Mull
|NM 285242 (128525, 724212)
|Originally stood west from the small chapel known as 'St.Columba's Shrine' and north-west from the west door of the abbey
|Stone type: chlorite-schist
|cross is now 5.3 m high, width tapers from 0.54 m at the bottom to 0.48 m at the top, and thickness from 0.26 m to 0.22 m.
|West view of large, ringed, decorated cross.
|The West face of the shaft is divided into four panels. The lowest has bosses and voluted trumpet-spirals. The next has a
diagonal grid of serpent's bodies with various types of heads. The third panel has bossed spirals, with animal designs and
voluted trumpet-spirals. The top panel has serpent and boss ornament.
|The Cross head has a circular recess, and curvilinear design with voluted trumpet-spirals.