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This mutilated lantern cross in St Mary’s churchyard, Penzance, depicts the Crucifixion on the west face, Virgin and Child on the east. Reputedly from a medieval chapel which once stood in the Barbican, the stone was moved to St Mary’s churchyard in 1850. It even has a poem…
Some wonder what I am, or say
I’m but a block of stone;
‘Tis true, I am, ah well a day!
Unheeded and unknown;
From Ludgvan’s rock hewn long ago
When saints were Cornwall’s glory,
But can you in this borough show
A stone with such a story?