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A late 12th century medieval cross near Bray, Co.Wicklow, Ireland. Also known as St. Vallery’s Cross and a point of local pilgrimage, it has unusual bumps on the back of the cross head. These were originally heads that were worn away, one may have had a bishop’s mitre. There are two other very worn heads on the right of the cross head and on the base. There are four other crosses of similar design in the area and the overall style of this group is different from other Irish crosses, more similar to a Cornish style.
Sep 2nd 2021