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Celtic Stonework:

The museum holds fine examples of Celtic Stonework in its collection.

The stone pictured is a large part of a slab of arenaceous mica schist found at Kilmallie churchyard, and most likely dates from the sixteenth century.

It is decorated with interlaced foliage, and a weathered impression of a wolf chasing a deer can be seen at the bottom of the stone.