|Máirín Mac Carron
|23 September 2002
|Cross Head fragment.
|Church at Thornton Steward.
|Cross Head, dated to the late ninth or tenth century.
|The Cross Head has a Crucifixion carved on it. Christ's head and body are on the centre of the Cross Head. The upper limb
is missing. His arms are on the horizontal arms and his feet are on the lower arm. His head and hands are much bigger than
the rest of him.