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Captioned as "The Bound Devil. Kirkby Stephen." Plate before page 217. The stone features a depiction of a bound, horned figure, sometimes theorized as the Norse deity Loki.

Date Published in 1899.
Source Calverley, William Slater (1899). Notes on the Early Sculptured Cross: Shrines in Monuments in the Present Diocese of Carlisle. T. Wilson.
Author Engraving by Julius Magnus Petersen (4 Sep 1827–1 Feb 1917).
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