ME01716 - KILLEEN - Cross

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Known locally as the Cruise monument, the wayside cross consists of a damaged shaft (H 0.77m; Wth dims 0.34m x 0.26m) and rectangular base (dims 0.48m x 0.38m; H 0.38m), cut from a single stone. Decorated with eight figures framed by decoration it can be ascribed to King's Group 1 typology and dates to c.1470. It is inscribed THOMAS PLUNKET/MARIA CRUYS on the south side of the base. (King 1984, 99) Compiled by: Michael Moore Updated by: Christine Baker Date of revision: 18 February 2015

Description Source: National Monuments Service, Department of Arts, Heritage Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs.

Monument Details

Address:
KILLEEN, Meath
GPS:
53.5339, -6.59668
SMRS:
ME038-014----
what3words:
ogling.abolish.renewables

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