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1. Kirkcolm

RecordAuthor Orla Murphy
ISODate 2002-06-10
Date 12 June 2002
PictureCredit Jane Hawkes
County Wigtownshire
Townland Kirkcolm, now at Corsewall House
OSMapRef NX 631689 ( 203160, 569955)
Area Scotland
GeneralContext General View of Cross Slab (back)
Location Corsewall House
GeneralContext Stone type: Greywacke
Dimensions 5' 4" high by 1' 9" wide across the arms and 3" wide at the sides.
Back Cross, divided into 3 panels.
GeneralDescription 1. Head - at centre has a small depression, boss, surrounded by leaves
GeneralDescription 2. no ornament
GeneralDescription 3. shaft - a coiled serpent - 2 horns and 2 other serpents interlaced

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