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1. Iona, Stone with carved ship.

RecordAuthor Máirín Mac Carron
ISODate 2002-06-07
Date 7 June 2002
PictureCredit Jane Hawkes
County Argyll, Isle of Mull
Townland Iona
OSMapRef NM 285242 (128525, 724212)
Area Scotland
GeneralContext Lower part of shaft of free-standing cross, or narrow cross slab.
GeneralContext Stone type: Black shale, with thin limestone bands.
GeneralDescription At the foot there is a ship which contains several small figures of men, some appear to be holding spears and swords, while others are hauling on oars.

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  2. Allen, J. R., Anderson, J., The Early Christian Monuments of Scotland, Pinkfoot Press, Balgavies, Angus (1993) Descriptions, Stone, Sculpture, Monuments, Scotland.