|Discovery:||first mentioned, 1870 Polsue, J.|
|History:||Okasha/1993, 296: `The stone was first recorded in 1870 by Polsue: `At Tredinnick Lane are the remains of an ancient granite cross, the basement of which is built into the hedge'. This is presumably the stone's present position'.|
|Dimensions:||0.64 x 1.12 x 0.0 (Okasha/1993)|
Okasha/1993, 296: `The stone is set vertically into the hedge at the junction where the unclassified road to Tredinnick Farm meets the B3268 Bodmin to Lostwithiel road'.
Okasha/1993, 296: `The stone is a cross base'.
|Condition:||inc , good|
|Decorations:||no other decoration|
|Macalister, R.A.S. (1945):||M/A/VISIR|
Macalister/1945 441 reading only
|Okasha, E. (1985):||[--]|
Okasha/1993 296--297 reading only
|Position:||n/a ; n/a ; n/a ; undecorated|
|Language:||Incomplete Information (rcaps)|
Macalister/1945, 441, was also dubious about the authenticity of the inscription.
Okasha/1993, 296--297: `The text is now illegible...The `text', highly deteriorated though it is, does not look much like lettering to me. It is possible that it consists of a carved pattern, or of accidental markings'.
Thomas/1994, 328, gives no reading for the stone, and suggests that it is of medieval or later date.