|Máirín Mac Carron
|23 September 2002
|North Cross Shaft, South-East view.
|North Cross Shaft, South-East view. The cross is dated to the early ninth century.
|This shows the top of the shaft. On the east face there is the remains of a figure on the cross head, and at the top of the
shaft there is a panel which is difficult to identify. It is suggested that this may be the Baptism of Christ, New Testament,
Matt. 3; Mark 1; Luke 3; John 1:32.
|On the south face there is interlace.