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MONUMENT NO. 1535670

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The easternmost shaft of the three high crosses in the churchyard of St Mary and All Saints is circa 2.1 metres high with a replaced 15th century decorated cross at its head. Neither the top, nor the bottom, of the shaft survives. Decoration only survives to any extent on the broad west face as knotwork. Dating to the Scandinavian period is assured by the presence of a loose ring in the knotwork on the north side. 10th-11 century date. It is set in a double socket-stone of 10th-11th century date.

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