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This disc-headed cross with stopped-plait interlace is typical of a style of carving that was emerging in the Whithorn area in the late 900s and 1000s. It was recorded to have come from Sorbie Churchyard, 4 miles north of Whithorn, Dumfries and Galloway. On display at Whithorn Priory Museum.

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Date Made
Mid 10th century-11th century
Dimensions
1630 x 680 x 90mm
Property Information
Whithorn Priory Museum
Object Number
WHP.EC.07
Access Status
Display

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