The broad face of a complete carved Anglo Saxon cross-head
- May 1928
- Durham Cathedral, Palace Green, Durham, County Durham
- Photograph (Negative)
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The cross-head was discovered in 1891 when the foundations of the Norman chapter house were dug up. It is now housed in the Monks' Dormitory, Durham cathedral. A narrow edge is shown in OP06424. In the centre is a baptism scene. The cross arms have pairs of frontal figures.
Accesssioned 5 July 1968.
Source: Historic England Archive
Photographer: Clayton, Brian Charles
Anglo Saxon Architecture, Stone Carving, Medieval Anglican Cathedral, Medieval Cross, Medieval Cathedral