|Máirín Mac Carron
|13 September 2002
|Cross Head and Shaft.
|Church at Middleton.
|Stone type: Medium-grained, yellowish-white sandstone.
|106.8cm (42'') in height.
|Cross Head and Shaft, back detail on shaft, dated to tenth century.
|The shaft has an uneven flat edge moulding, flanking an inner plain moulding. This is the border for one long panel, which
contains a solitary ribbon beast. Its oval head is on the left. It is fettered randomly by discontinuous bands and tail. It
does not have fore-legs but there is a single hind foot with frond-like toes.