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A reused cross slab with carved ornaments, known as volutes, added to the upper arm and side arms of a plain cross shape. A leaf-shaped carving has been added to the foot of the cross. The earlier style of the cross suggests that it was originally made in the 600s. Associated with Iona Abbey, Argyll and Bute.

Details

Date Made
7th century?
Dimensions
l 770mm (l 30 5/16")
Property Information
Iona Abbey
Object Number
IONA019
Access Status
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