Castledermot Medieval Cross-Slab in 3D
Text and Model by Digital Heritage Age
St James Churchyard, Castledermot, Inscribed slab (National Monument KD040-002024-)
13th-14th century cross-slab. Upper part of tapering limestone slab (dims. L 0.88m; Wth 0.53-0.66m; T 0.16m), bearing an incised eight-armed fleur-de-lys cross. (Bradley et al. 1986, vol. 2, 104-05)
This cross inscribed stone, appears to fit within a collection of stones from this site, and the associated friary in Castledermot, based on the fleur-de-lys symbolism. It is located on the west side of the South High Cross in St James’ Graveyard.
Survey: @Dh_Age Funded: Kildare County Council Community Heritage Grant 2017
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