|Máirín Mac Carron
|19 September 2002
|Borough Museum, Kendal.
|Stone type: Limestone.
|32cm (12.5'') in height, 30cm (11.75'') in width, and 6cm (2.4'') in depth.
|Plaque with Crucifixion scene, dated to tenth century.
|This Crucifixion scene was bordered by a flat-band moulding but this only survives on the top and left-hand sides of the frame.
|Christ is wearing a sleeved long garment, which leaves parts of his legs exposed. The cross is not visible behind him. Christ's
head dominates the scene. He has a forked beard with a moustache and ribbed hair, which cuts into the frame.
|In the upper quadrants there are two angels facing out, and standing on Christ's arms.
|The spear-bearer Longinus is below Christ's left arm. He is seen in profile and is wearing a helmet, which may have had a
nose-guard. He is carrying the spear in his left hand.
|Stephaton is below Christ's right arm, and is facing out. He is also wearing a helmet with what appears to be a nose-guard.
He is holding his rod in his right arm. The rod ends in a trumpet-like terminal, which reaches to the bottom of Christ's beard.
There is another figure next to him. He is also forward facing and wearing a helmet.