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MONUMENT NO. 18320

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Formerly thought to be a Saxon stone cross, now recognised as being a reused Roman altar converted to a Saxon grave slab. The figure is crudely executed, and may represent the Crucifixion, or may be a Christus Victor. The interlace appears to be late, and a copy of carvings current in the area in the late 10th-early 11th century. Crudely cut hammerhead cross in relief. Formerly in garden of Nether Warden House, placed in present position in the churchyard in 1957.

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