ME02172 - CRUICETOWN - Font

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A rectangular sandstone font (ext. dim. 0.58m; H 0.36m) with chamfered corners (Wth at top 0.1m) is in the nave of Cruicetown parish church (ME005-094----). The circular flat-bottomed basin (diam. 0.43-0.45m; D 0.11-0.15m) has a wave-like rim that rises higher at the corners. The font is attached to a red sandstone drum (diam. 0.4m; H 0.21m), which probably does not belong with it (Roe 1968, 111-12). Compiled by: Michael Moore Date of upload; 10 July, 2014

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

Monument Details

Address:
CRUICETOWN, Meath
GPS:
53.8044, -6.79375
SMRS:
ME005-094001-
what3words:
wriggling.putts.nursemaid

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