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The Medieval Period (1100AD - 1499AD)

The Medieval Church

Roof slate, Inch Crindl

Period:
Medieval
Description:

Square roof tile with a roughly pecked off-centre oval perforation. Probably produced at a local slate quarry or stone source such as Cairnryan or Grennan near Drummore.

 

There is a tradition that the earliest Church of Inch was on the island of Inch Crindl in the White Loch.

Place of Discovery:
Inch Crindl, Lochinch, Inch
Materials/Media:
Slate
Dimensions:
135mm x 135mm
Source:
Stranraer Museum
Accession number:
WIWMS 1964.91
Digital Number:
SMAH 070
Copyright:
Dumfries & Galloway Council