Three solarisations of an enigmatic scene on the 11th century Market Cross at Kells,
county Meath, Ireland, showing a long-bearded human figure with long moustaches, feline ears and a bovine tail restrained by two beasts.
The genital area - which is the centre of
the design - has been defaced.
It is not clear whether the beasts, his beard or his hands - or all three - were covering it.
Original photo and solarisations by Anthony Weir
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