The tau cross from which the figure of the crucified Christ is hanging, stands on a mound scattered with plants, skulls and bones, indicating that this is Golgotha. Sorrowing angels fly around the cross. Although the torso of the crucified Christ has been patched and disturbed, the head is of very fine quality. On the left stands Longinus, the soldier who thrust his spear into Christ’s side. On the right is Stephaton, with a vinegar sponge on a long staff. While both men are mentioned in the Biblical account of the Crucifixion, they were only given names in the medieval sources. The shield of Clifford was made whole during the post-war restoration but is not original to the panel.