Memorial Stone circa 800 to 1200 AD

Two stone fragments were discovered built into a farm near Milnrow, one appeared to be from the Viking Age (below), the other larger  fragment has part of an “Anglo-Saxon capitals” inscription (see above).

The finds were originally published in 2010 if from originally the area (they are of great significance, given how rare such finds are in the area.

References

CBA “Milnrow Stones” article by Vanessa Oakden

Portable Antiquities Scheme Entries

Viking Age Fragment 900 to 100AD approx.
Viking Age Fragment circa 900 to 1000 AD 

Oakden, V (2010) LVPL-01F601 A EARLY MEDIEVAL SCULPTURE Webpage available at:http://finds.org.uk/database/artefacts/record/id/386575 [Accessed: Oct 14, 2013 10:43:40 PM]

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