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Wheel Crosses with the Figure of Our Lord in Relief on the Front. 119. Wheel Crosses with Projf ctions at the Neck or on the Head. The damage which the Biscovey Stone has so far sustained is the fracture at the top of the shaft, caused in all probability by a fall. No doubt the shaft was once surmounted by a cross-head of some kind, there having been once a mortice in the top, which unfortunately is now missing, along with some inches of the uppermost part of the shaft.
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Wayside crosses and Celtic inscribed stones are found in Cornwall in large numbers; the inscribed stones (about 40 in number) are thought to be earlier in date than the crosses and are a product of Celtic Christian society. It is likely that the crosses represent a development from the inscribed stones but nothing is certain about the dating of them. In the late Middle Ages it is likely that their erection was very common. Since they occur in locations of various types, .
I've just uploaded a whole raft of Cornish Cross images. the file names I've used refer to the Andrew Langdon series of books on Cornish Crosses. mc Mid Cornwall ec East Cornwall nc North Cornwall wc West Cornwall wp West Penwith The number is the numeric index in each volume.
Langdon, Andrew (1999). Stone Crosses of West Cornwall. Cornish Crosses series, No. Cornwall: Federation of Old Cornwall Societies. The Book of Constantine. p. 23. ISBN 02660-28-4. ^ Trethowan, Gerald; Liz Moore (2001). Tiverton, Devon: Halsgrove. 15. ISBN 1-84114-102-X.
Trewardreva Cross from Arthur Langdon Old Cornish crosses,1896, page 282: Front and back of. .The history of Constantine is related in The Book of Constantine (2001), as well as an earlier study, A History of the Parish of Constantine in Cornwall by Charles Henderson (1937).
Trewardreva Cross from Arthur Langdon Old Cornish crosses,1896, page 282: Front and back of the Cornish Cross at the roadside, Trewardreva, near Constantine Churchtown. Constantine ( Cornish : Lann Gostentin, meaning church enclosure of St Constantine ) is a village and civil parish in Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. Five Walks Around Constantine (2006) provides brief historical notes and many illustrations.