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Archaeology Notes

Event ID 677042

Category Descriptive Accounts

Type Archaeology Notes


NN64NW 6 6253 4768.

The simple incised cross of St Adamnan stands on the S side of the road a little way beyond Craig Dianaidh (Creageanie: NN 627 477), between Slatich and Camus Urachan.

T R Barnett 1944

The small upright slab with a cross on either side, one of them very small, stands on a knoll called Tom a' Mhoid, "the moot hill".

W J Watson 1926

NN 6253 4768. This small cross-slab, inclined to the S, was located at the side of the road on top of a mutilated natural knoll. It measures 1.2m high by 0.5m broad, and varies in thickness from 0.4m at the base to 0.15m at the top. Name "St Adamnan's Cross" confirmed.

Surveyed at 1:10,000.

Visited by OS (JB) 19 September 1975

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