The Cross of Cong is an early 12th century Irish Christian ornamented cusped processional cross. The Cross was made to the King of Connaght and the high King of Ireland to donate to the cathedral church of the period that was located at Tuam of Galway. It was then moved to Cong Abbey in Mayo. You can now see it in the National Museum of Ireland, Kildare Street, Dublin, Ireland.
"Cross of Cong" Pack of 6 square Notelets & 6 Envelopes, Gold Foil
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