File:Margaret Stokes - High Cross of Monasterboice.png

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South-east high cross at Monasterboice

Date Published circa 1887 in London
Source Stokes, Margaret (1832-1900), Early Christian Art in Ireland, frontispiece.
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creator QS:P170,Q6759923

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