This slab was found in the west wall of the north transept of St German’s Cathedral. The stone is broken, and the carving of a cross in outline with triangular arms - a ‘cross pattee’ - is incomplete, having lost the ends of all the limbs save for the head. a further line incised above the head of the cross suggests that when originally complete, the cross was surrounded by a rectangular panel. The form of the cross is very similar to Manx Cross 30, which was found nearby.
Found St Patrick’s Isle, German, Glenfaba, 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.