|Discovery:||recognised, 1992 Fisher, I.|
|History:||Forsyth/1996, 94: `Though only a short distance away [from the other ogam at this site], the second ogham was not discovered until 1992 when Ian Fisher of the RCAHMS was carrying out further survey work on the cave'.|
Fisher/2001, 66: `recorded during the present survey'.
|Dimensions:||0.0 x 0.0 x 0.0 (Unknown)|
Forsyth/1996, 94: `...the left-hand wall of the cave'.
Fisher/2001, 66: `The .. Inscription is 1.6m right of the first and its stem-line, which extends to the underside of an oblique overhang, is about 300mm long'.
|Condition:||inc , inc|
|Decorations:||no other decoration|
|Forsyth, K.S. (1996):||[BL]UEDLA|
Forsyth/1996 97--99 reading only
|Forsyth, K.S. (1996):||[V]UEDLA|
Forsyth/1996 97--99 concise discussion
|Fisher, I. (2001):||LUEDBH|
Fisher/2001 66 reading only
|Position:||n/a ; other ; inc ; inc|
Forsyth/1996, 94: `...carved on the left-hand wall of the cave...about 11m...from the entrance gate'.
Fisher/2001, 66: `[carved] 1.6m right of the first [BLFOO/1] and its stem line'.
|Date:||500 - 799 (Forsyth/1996)|
Forsyth/1996, 99: `They could be as early as the Pool ogham (sixth century) or later than Dunadd (late eighth century?)'.
|Palaeography:||Forsyth/1996, 97: `...its strokes and letters are more widely spaced, less carefully parallel and of a more varied length...less neat and compact than the first [BLFOO/1]'.|
Fisher/2001, 66: `It appears to be artificial, but several of the horizontal lines which abut or span it are probably natural cracks'.