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The King Doniert Stone at St Cleer is a fine example.Market/Village Crosses: There are few of these in Cornwall.Some crosses are highly ornamented while others bear no ornamentation at all.Churchyard Crosses: Stone Crosses were erected in the 'lan' or sacred enclosure of the burial ground in which the Saints established their churches.During the Dark Ages, in the 6th century AD, the Celtic Saints came to Cornwall and as we can still see today, left their mark on it in its place names, churches and chapels, crosses and holy wells, found across the whole of Cornwall.Cornwall, or as it was then, part of Dumnonia, lay on the route between Wales and Brittany (Armorica).Landing at Padstow on the north coast or Fowey on the south, the Christian missionaries and pilgrims would cross Cornwall, sometimes travelling in groups.This network of paths has now been re-instituted as a walking route known as The Saints Way.
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Many of them are believed to be curative for specific illnesses, while others are generally restorative and some are thought to have divinative powers.
Guidebooks are available which list the Holy Well sites, nearly 200 of them, and directions for finding them.
Saints of Cornwall St Piran, an Irish missionary landed on Cornwall's north coast and established his church, the oratory, at Perranzabuloe in the early 6th century.
Numerous churches and holy wells throughout Cornwall have been dedicated to him from his first church which now lies preserved beneath the sands at Penhale, Perranporth to Perranwell, Perranarworthal and Perranuthnoe.