from Bradley and King (1985, 143): St. Catherine stone 15th century. Large, crudely-shaped block of limestone among loose stones beneath the tower of St. Erc's Hermitage (ME019-026----). It is squared off on one side showing St. Catherine with a wheel in her left hand and her right hand across her chest. She is dressed in a cloak caught over her left arm and tunic with a crown. The style is not unlike the apostle stone (ME019-026---). Dims H 0.48m; Wth 0.48m; T 0.2-0.32m.
Date of upload: 15 July, 2014Description Source: Department of Housing, Local Government & Heritage