|Discovery:||first mentioned, 1862 Kelly, D.H.|
|History:||Petrie/1878, 12: `This stone was discovered by Mr. D.H. Kelly in the year 1862...Drawn by Dr. Petrie at Fuerty, in the year 1865'.|
|Dimensions:||0.79 x 0.64 x 0.0 (converted from Macalister/1949)|
Macalister/1949: `Fragment of a slab'.
|Condition:||frgmntry , inc|
|Crosses:||1: inc; linear; expanded; half-round; curved; angular; none; none; decorated|
Macalister/1949, 14: `a five-line cross within a lozenge-shaped frame; circular and semi-circular expansions in centre and terminals, bearing interlacing and key patterns'.
|Petrie, G. (1865):||O~R~ || ARMOIL[--|
OROIT AR MOIL[--
Pray for Moil[--] (PN).
Petrie/1878 12 reading only
|Macalister, R.A.S. (1949):||O~R~ || ARMOR[--|
OROIT AR MOR[--
Macalister/1949 14--15, Plate IV concise discussion
|Position:||n/a ; broad ; within quadrants ; quadrant|
Macalister/1949, 14: `Inscription reading downwards in the sinister cantons'.
|Palaeography:||CISP: The lettering is Insular half-uncial. The bow of the A is lozenge-shaped much like those seen at Monaincha (MONAI/1, MONAI/2, MONAI/5 and Limsore (LISMR/3 and LISMR/4). The Rs are angular but half-uncial, the second example with a decorative serif atop the ascender.|
Macalister/1949, 14--15: `There might have been a few more letters (not more than three) in the upper dexter canton'.