St. Helena stands on the left with two men praying behind her and facing Judas, all four praying. A man behind Judas throws up his hands. In the left foreground a man holds a cross before a shrouded corpse who sits up on the turf; blackletter inscription: /(Hic/ pos/sunt/ veram/ cruc)/m (mor/tuo app/osi/to)/ nven/ire/ Here they are able to discover the True Cross by placing it over a dead man. Corpse pitted on both surfaces, flashed ruby corroded, paint loss from faces and figures on left of panel, St. Helena’s head restored, two heads on right cracked. Ashton-under-Lyne, parish church, 1497-1512. © Raguin/MMK