LLNR1/1

Corpus Refs:Huebner/1876:141
Macalister/1945:388
Nash-Williams/1950:94
Site:LLNR1
Discovery:first mentioned, 1773 Pennant, T.
History:Mentioned in Pennant/1773, ii, 202, and in Camden/Gough/1806, 186.

JonesParry/1847, 202, records it as lost.

Geology:
Dimensions:0.0 x 0.0 x 0.0 (Unknown)
Setting:Lost (present 1806, missing 1847)
Location:Mentioned in Gough's Camden and Pennant's Wales, but lost by the time of Jones Parry's visits (Jones Parry/1847, 202).
Macalister/1945, 366: `It had already disappeared by 1847'.
Form:Indeterminate
Nash-Williams/1950, 90: `Rough pillar-stone'.
Condition:n/a , n/a
Folklore:none
Crosses:none
Decorations:no other decoration

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Readings

Huebner, E. (1876):DERVONHICIACET
Expansion:
DERVON HIC IACET
Huebner/1876 49 reading only
Westwood, J.O. (1876):DERVORIHICIACET
Expansion:
DERVORI HIC IACET
Westwood/1876 183 reading only
Macalister, R.A.S. (1945):DERVORIHICIACIT
Expansion:
DERVORI HIC IACIT
Macalister/1945 366 reading only
Nash-Williams, V.E. (1950):DERVORIHICIACET
Expansion:
DERVORI HIC IACET
Translation:
(The stone) of Dervorus (PN). He lies here.
Nash-Williams/1950 90 reading only

Notes

Orientation:Indeterminate
Position:ind ; ind ; ind ; ind
Incision:ind
Date:400 - 533 (Nash-Williams/1950)

666 - 733 (Westwood/1876)

966 - 1033 (Huebner/1876)
Language:Latin (rcaps)
Ling. Notes:none
Palaeography:none
Legibility:n/a
Lines:-1
Carving errors:i
Doubtful:no

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