|Discovery:||arch excav, 1962 Hague, D.B.|
|History:||Okasha/1993, 161: `The stone was found by D.B. Hague during an investigation of Beacon Hill cemetery; it was `lying in a ditch at the south end of the cemetery'. In May 1981 the stone was moved to its present position'.|
|Dimensions:||0.97 x 0.29 x 0.32 (Okasha/1993)|
Okasha/1993, 154: `The stone is now set...against an enclosure bank of Beacon Hill cemetery, Lundy Island'.
Okasha/1993, 161: `The stone is a pillar stone'.
|Condition:||incomplete , some|
Okasha/1993, 161: `probably incomplete...crumbled at both sides'.
|Crosses:||1: equal-armed; linear; straight; plain; plain; none; ring; none; plain|
Okasha/1993, 161, refers to a cross incised within a circle. Thomas/1994, 166, has this as an inscribed circle only, which may have had a chi-rho painted within it.
|Thomas, C. (1969):||REST | EUTA|
Thomas/1969 139 reading only
|Okasha, E. (1986):||RESG | EVT[A]|
[The stone] of Resgeuta (PN).
Okasha/1993 161, 163 reading only
|Thomas, C. (1994):||REST | EVTA[/E]|
Thomas/1994 166 reading only
|Position:||inc ; broad ; below cross ; panel|
Okasha/1993, 161: `The text is incised in two lines inside what is probably a panel'.
|Date:||400 - 1099 (Okasha/1993)|
500 - 533 (Thomas/1994)
|Language:||name only (rcaps)|
|Palaeography:||Okasha/1993, 161: `predominantly capital script'.|
Thomas/1994, 166, suggests that there might be a final AE ligature in the second line.
Okasha/1993, 161: `The text is probably complete but is rather deteriorated'.
Thomas/1994, 166, Fig 10.3, states that the final AE ligature is uncertain.