DescriptionCrucifixion of St Peter (he was crucified upside down as he said he was not worthy to be crucified the same way as Jesus) depicted on stone cross, St Andrews Church, Aycliffe, County Durham, England. One of two stone crosses at St Andrews. Historians have clashed over their date. Some claim they are Anglo Saxon and date from the 780s. Others believe they show Hiberno-Norse (Irish viking) influence and date from the 10th century, when their was an influx of norse settlement in the Tees valley area.
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