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Medieval Cross Shaft


The high cross shaft in the churchyard of St Cuthbert's Church in Bewcastle dates from the 7th century. The Bewick Cross is a scheduled monument. The Bewick Cross at St Mary's in Wreay is based on this.

Bewcastle Scheduled Monument Bewcastle Cross, St Mary's Church Church of St Cuthbert
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St Cuthbert's Church, Bewcastle - March 2016 (12)

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Bewcastle Cross (detail)

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Bewcastle Cross

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The 7th C Bewcastle Cross - St. John the Evangelist

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The 7th C Bewcastle Cross - Christ stepping on the lion and the adder

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The 7th C Bewcastle Cross (2)

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Bewcastle: the churchyard at St Cuthbert's, with the 7thC Cross

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Bewcastle Roman fort, high cross shaft in St Cuthbert's churchyard, and Bew Castle medieval shell keep castle - List Entry
- "...The monument includes the earthworks and buried remains of Bewcastle Roman fort, together with an early eighth century AD high cross shaft, situated in the churchyard to the south of ...

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Bewcastle cross

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Bewcastle cross

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Bewcastle Cross

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Bewcastle church and cross

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Cross flora

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Bewcastle

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Church of St Cuthbert
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Church of St Cuthbert

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