(1683) STONE WITH CROSS, Ty’n-y-cae. The stone is now in use as the lintel to a cow-house, but before ca. 1860 stood on a slight mound in which bones were found, on the parish boundary in a field called Cae Pen-y-maen. The cross faced the sea. The slab is of igneous rock, the inscribed face being 4 ft. 6 ins. long by I ft. 2 ins. wide, but part of one edge has been trimmed away. It bears an incised cross with expanded arms, height 17 ins., breadth originally 9 ins. Probably 7thcentury.
Arch. Camb., 1896, pp. 170-1; 1961, pp. 147-50. NashWilliams, No. 99. Fig. 80.

Condition: fair.

SH 31254107                             3 x 57                                 32 S.W. Unnoted                               

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