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BETTWS NEWYDD CHURCHYARD CROSSPrimary Reference Number (PRN) : 01862g
Trust : Glamorgan Gwent
Site Type : Churchyard cross
Period : Medieval
Community : Llanarth
NGR : SO3622005860
Legal Protection : scheduled ancient monument , listed building II
The steps and scoket stone survive from the medieval churchyard cross, and have been surmounted by a modern shaft.
Three steep steps, medieval. Fairly shallow square medieval socket stone with single sunken quatrefoil on S side, 2 sunk quatrefoils on E side, raised St George' s cross in sunken panel on N side, raised St Andrew' s cross in sunken panel on W side, upper surface drafted and chamfered. Modern shaft
Evans 1997 GGAT 51 Historic Churches Project
Evans, E M , 1997 , Gwent Historic Churches Survey: Churches in the Diocese of Monmouth, Deanery of Raglan & Usk
02/Desc Text/Cadw/ Full Management Report/2006/ Copy in further information file
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