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Medieval and Later Crosses, 2011

No comprehensive review of medieval and later crosses has been undertaken in southwest Wales. This project addresses this issue, with the aim of indentifying the most important sites and recommending them for scheduling. This was achieved by a rapid desk-top appraisal of all known sites followed by visits to selected sites. In total 83 sites were appraised and visits made to about 60 of them. Most of the better-preserved sites are located in churchyards, and the least well-preserved or destroyed sites lie within towns.


Cross in Warren Churchyard, Pembrokeshire


Cross in St Elidyr’s Churchyard, Pembrokeshire

 

 

Medieval and Post-Medieval Crosses Report (in PDF format - opens in a new window)

 

 

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