|Discovery:||recognised, 1973 English, N.W.|
|History:||Fanning/OhEailidhe/1980, 15, `The slab is lying on a low mound, apparently the site of a church...The drawing is from a rubbing by Mr. [N.W.] English made in July 1973'.|
|Geology:||Fanning/OhEailidhe/1980, 15, `sandstone'.|
|Dimensions:||0.52 x 0.48 x 0.15 (Fanning/OhEailidhe/1980)|
Fanning/OhEailidhe/1980, 15, `The slab is lying on a low mound, apparently the site of a church'.
|Condition:||complete , good|
|Crosses:||1: equal-armed; outline; expanded; plain; lozenge; none; inner curv; none; plain|
|Decorations:||no other decoration|
|Fanning, T. et al. (1980):||[C]R[O]B[R]A[N]|
Fanning/ÓhÉailidhe/1980 16 reading only
|Position:||n/a ; broad ; above cross ; undivided|
|Language:||name only (rbook)|
|Palaeography:||CISP: The lettering is Insular half-uncial. The A is in the 'OC' form and is conjoined with the following minuscule N. The first R is similar in shape to ATHLO/2 in that the second stroke curves so far down that it almost looks like an n. The same stroke in the second R is more angular amd shorter. The O has a flat top stroke and a separate almost V-shaped stroke below this making up the bow. The B has a vertical ascender and an open bow.|
Fanning/ÓhÉailidhe/1980, 16, `a poorly defined inscription...some of the letters of which are indistinct. This is partly due to the rough uneven nature of the stone. The second, fourth and sixth letters appear to be R, B and A. The other letters are less certain'.