This probable Class III cross slab is now housed within the vestibule of Crail parish church.
It is thought to date between around AD 800 and 1150, however a panel at the bottom is carved with an armorial shield which must have been added no earlier than the 14th century. The reverse face is now built into the wall but is said to be blank.
The slab, which measures around 1.9m in height by around 0.8m across, is carved with a central cross and either side of the shaft are various animals and figures.
Where is Crail?
Alternative names for Crail
Crail parish church