|Discovery:||first mentioned, 1945 O'Donoghue|
|History:||Macalister/1945, 219: `discovered by Mr. O'Donoghue of Lomanagh, one of Captain O'Connell's assistants in his survey of Kerry, who kindly conducted me to the site'.|
|Geology:||Macalister/1945, 219: `slate'.|
|Dimensions:||2.74 x 0.89 x 0.38 (converted from Macalister/1945)|
Macalister/1945, 219: `now prostrate in a field above a cottage on the townland'.
|Condition:||complete , good|
|Decorations:||no other decoration|
|Macalister, R.A.S. (1945):||--]ORIBRASSIA|
Macalister/1945 220 concise discussion
Ziegler/1994 218 reading only
|Position:||ind ; arris ; n/a ; undecorated|
Macalister/1945, 220: `The inscription was cut...near the top of the sinister edge of one of the broad sides: it is inverted with respect to that side'.
Macalister/1945, 220: `cut in rather fine scores'.
|Date:||400 - 500 (Ziegler/1994)|
|Language:||name only (ogham)|
|Palaeography:||Macalister/1945, 220--221: `There are vague marks on the H surface before the O: it is conceivable, though, on the whole, improbable, that we are to read TORI- or QRI-. The S's are made with short scores, not well differentiated, and are partly clogged with lichen; they may possibly have an extra score each, making -BRANN-; and the last vowels might be re-grouped AI. But the above is the most likely reading: I record these alternatives as much to show that I was conscious of them as to suggest that I attached special importance to them. In the annexed photograph the space occupied by the scores is the half-inch to the left of the break in the uppermost edge of the stone as it there lies'.|