From King (2007, 55, No. 5) A Latin cross on the south side of the graveyard to the south of High cross No. 2 above and No. 4. It is still buried up to the transom and leaning towards the east. It is 37cms in height, 37cms in width and 14cms in depth The east face has a gridded design somewhat similar to Nos.1 and 4 above. There are three vertical lines and three horizontal lines pecked across the transom and the upper shaft has an upturned U outlining the upper shaft. The west side is undecorated.
See attached screenshots of 3D model of cross created by Digital Heritage Age under the direction of Gary Dempsey and Orla Peach Power. Photogrammetric 3D model can be accessed at the following website: https://skfb.ly/6ssNn
Date of upload: 10 July, 2014Description Source: National Monuments Service, Department of Arts, Heritage Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs.