|Máirín Mac Carron
|20 September 2002
|Cross Shaft fragments.
|Museum of Antiquities, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
|Stone type: Coarse-grained, massive yellow sandstone.
|Cross Shaft fragments, dated to early ninth century, upper fragment.
|This panel is framed by a double flat-band moulding. It is vine-scroll and it has berry bunches at the top. Underneath the
main stem there is the head and forequarters of a calf, which is nuzzling the branch.