|Discovery:||first mentioned, 1996 O'Sullivan, A.|
|History:||OSullivan/Sheehan/1996, 298-299, is the first record of the stone, and states that it stands in its earliest known location.|
|Dimensions:||1.45 x 0.35 x 0.07 (OSullivan/Sheehan/1996)|
OSullivan/Sheehan/1996, 298-299, states that it stands in its earliest known location.
|Condition:||complete , good|
|Crosses:||1: equal-armed; outline; expanded; expanded; plain; circular; outer curv; none; plain|
OSullivan/Sheehan/1996, 299: `There is a very neatly executed, encircled Maltese cross on the upper face of the stone. The grooved circle does not quite attain compass-drawn perfection, nor do the arcs of the unevenly recessed cross which throws the four background truncated petals into relief. If not a natural feature, the small curve which extends from the sinister side of the upper arm of the cross may represent the rho element of the chi-rho symbol'.
|O'Sullivan, A. (1996):||DOVATTACAV[I][--]ILEH|
DOVATTAC AV[I] [--]ILEH
OSullivan/etal/1996 299 reading only
|Position:||inc ; arris ; beside cross ; undivided|
OSullivan/Sheehan/1996, 299: `The first T is difficult to discern because of the rough quartz surface on the edge of the stone. Spalling of the edge has also removed some of the notches of the first I. The area preceding the second I is also eroded'.