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No. 97



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No. 97


A rectangular slab broken down the left side. Each face shows a Celtic cross within a circular ring. On one face the cross has a plait of four design which extends into the limbs. To the left of the crosses shaft is a standing figure (possibly a priest). Below the cross are remains of stags pursued by hounds and a huntsman on horseback.

On the other side the shaft is bordered by a double bead design. The limbs have a plait of four design. At the side of the cross shaft is a boar being hunted by hounds and below a stag being attacked by hounds. The cross has typical Celtic scroll work.


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