RACOB/1

Corpus Refs:Macalister/1945:65
Site:RACOB
Discovery:first mentioned, 1886 Barry
History:Macalister/1945, 69, cites one Mr. Barry as the first recorder of the stone in 1886. He also states it was [in 1945] `leaning against the hedge of a field in the farm'.

Power/etal/1994, 63: `Stone lying a short distance to SW of position indicated on 1901 and 1936 OS maps ... In 1986, subsequent to survey visit, stone moved to grounds of Scoil an Easpaig Briain, Bartlemy'.

Geology:Macalister/1945, 6: `grit'.
Dimensions:1.42 x 0.28 x 0.25 (converted from Macalister/1945)
Setting:inc
Location:other
Power/etal/1994, 63: `grounds of Scoil an Easpaig Briain, Bartlemy'.
Form:plain
Condition:complete , some
Macalister/1945, 70, refers to some flaking.
Folklore:none
Crosses:none
Decorations:no other decoration

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Readings

Macalister, R.A.S. (1945):LOGAMAQISDANBI
Expansion:
LOGA MAQI SDANBI
Macalister/1945 70 reading only

Notes

Orientation:vertical up
Position:n/a ; arris ; n/a ; undecorated
Macalister/1945, 69--70: `on the dexter edge of one of the narrower faces'.
Incision:inc
Macalister/1945, 70: `chiselled'.
Date:550 - 900 (Ziegler/1994)
Language:Goidelic (ogham)
Ling. Notes:none
Palaeography:none
Legibility:good
Macalister/1945, 70: `inscription in good condition, except that the H-half of the G has been flaked away. ... One James Ward has added his name in Oghams on the sinister edge of the same face.'
Lines:1
Carving errors:0
Doubtful:no

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