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Kildalton Cross AD 800 Islay, Scotland The Kildalton Cross is a monolithic high cross in Celtic cross form in the churchyard of the former parish church of Kildalton (from Scottish Gaelic Cill Daltain, "Church of the Foster Son" (i.e. St John the Evangelist) on the island of Islay in the Inner Hebrides, Scotland. It was carved probably in the second half of the 8th century AD, and is closely related to crosses of similar date on Iona. It is often considered the finest surviving 'Celtic' cross in Scotland, and is certainly one of the most perfect monuments of its date to survive on western Europe. The cross and the adjacent roofless medieval parish church are in the care of Historic Scotland (access at all times). A simpler cross of late medieval date stands nearby. See also Aros Bay External links One site with photos Coordinates: 55°41′2″N 6°2′40″W / 55.68389°N 6.04444°W / 55.68389; -6.04444 v · d · eHigh crosses Anglo-Saxon Bewcastle Cross · Crowle Stone · Dartmoor crosses · Easby Cross · Gosforth Cross · Legg's cross · Ruthwell Cross · Sandbach Crosses · Sheffield Cross Irish Ardboe High Cross · several at Clonmacnoise · Iona Abbey · Kildalton Cross · Muiredach's High Cross · St. Tola's Cross · several at Tuam Pictish Camus Cross · Dupplin Cross Cornish King Doniert's Stone This Argyll and Bute location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e