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All Saints Church saxon crosshead


Subject ID:
2004118_98746890
Location:
Bramham
Subject Year:
1936
Copyright:
Leeds Library & Information Services
Class number:
Wetherby Collection Vol3 Y914.281 Wet/22
All Saints Church saxon crosshead
Description:
10th July 1936. The remains of a saxon cross-head now displayed on the west window sill of All Saints Church.Photograpjs are from both sides of the cross-head which measures 35cm in diameter and is 10cm thick.A curving symmetrical patten radiates out from the centre to four points beyond the circumference to form the cross. Only a small portion of the shaft remains.It is thought that the cross was part of a headstone in the churchyard and dates from the eleventh or twelfth century.

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