This worn and weathered slab was found at Bradda Mooar, implying the presence of a now-lost keeill and burial ground.
One face bears the faint remains of a geometric ‘cross pattée’ in relief, the shallow, flat recesses between the limbs now almost square in outline. A small equal-limbed cross is incised on each limb.
Found Bradda, Rushen, Rushen, Isle of Man (now part of Manx National Heritage collections)
Cross was scanned in situ with the result that some surfaces could not be captured or photographed.