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Collection of ancient Celtic stones or crosses. The stones were originally in the Abbey Church

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

Collection of ancient Celtic stones or crosses. The stones were originally in the Abbey Church, Margam but have now been moved to the Margam Stone Museum at Margam Abbey. Roman milestone (Cantusus). Pillar of St Thomas (Tome Stone). Cross of Einion (Enniaun). Cross of Grutne. Great wheel cross of Cynfelyn (Conbelin). Eglwys Nynydd Cross (Nunnery Farm). Cross of Ilci. Cross of Ilquici. Narrow wheel cross from Margam. Broken wheel cross from Port Talbot.

ID:  58692

THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:

South Wales

On display at Marham Stones Museum, Margham, Port Talbot, SA13 2TA.