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The cross number 119 at Jurby shows Sigurd killing the dragon, Fafnir.

Sigurd is depicted in the pit that he has dug, thrusting his sword into the dragon.

Note that in order to make full use of the available stone, the image is ‘on its side’ – i.e. Sigurd appears to be to the left of the dragon, rather than underneath.

The Jurby Cross 119
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Sigurd killing Fafnir

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