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Eilean Mor, St Cormac's Chapel, Cross 4

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Eilean Mor, photographic copy of stone from Capt. T.P. White, 1875, 'Archaeological Sketches in Scotland, Knapdale and Gigha', pl. xxix.
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Photographic copy of two rubbings. The left rubbing shows the reverse side of cross slab, revealing interlace detail and the faint remains of a stag, St Cormac's Chapel, Eilean Mor. The right rubbing shows the face of a cross slab from Kilmartin Churchyard.
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Publication drawing; Eilean Mor Cross (4)
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Publication drawing; Eilean Mor Cross (4), detail of E face
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Drawing of cross from album, page 53.  Digital image of AGD/792/1/P.
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General view of East face.
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General view of East face.
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Eilean Mor, photographic copy of stone from Capt. T.P. White, 1875, 'Archaeological Sketches in Scotland, Knapdale and Gigha', pl. xxxii.
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Eilean Mor, photographic copy of stone from Capt. T.P. White, 1875, 'Archaeological Sketches in Scotland, Knapdale and Gigha', pl. xxxi.
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View of face of carved stone cross shaft fragment, supposodly stands at a saints grave in St. Cormac's Chapel ruins, Eilean Mor, Argyll and Bute.
Titled: '135. At Ealan Mor.'
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM NO 186: J B MACKENZIE ALBUMS vol.1
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Eilean Mor. Cross-shaft.
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Eilean Mor. Front.
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Eilean Mor, stone from Capt. T.P. White, 1875, 'Archaeological Sketches in Scotland, Knapdale and Gigha', pl. xxix. Digital image of E4764.
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Photographic copy of two rubbings. The left rubbing shows the face of Aldbar Pictish cross slab, originally from Aldbar Chapel, now at Brechin Cathedral. The right rubbing shows detail of the reverse of Eilean Mor cross shaft, St Cormac's Chapel.
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Eilean Mor. Front.
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