|Corpus Refs:||Okasha/Forsyth/2001:Toureen Peacaun 28|
|Discovery:||first mentioned, 2001 Okasha, E. and Forsyth, K.|
|History:||Okasha/Forsyth/2001, 270: `The stone is not mentioned in any work on the stones. It is likely to have been found in 1944 and built into the east wall when the other stones were built in between September and December 1944'.|
|Geology:||Okasha/Forsyth/2001, 322: `sandstone'.|
|Dimensions:||0.215 x 0.23 x 0.0 (Okasha/Forsyth/2001)|
Okasha/Forsyth/2001, 270: `The stone is built into the interior east wall of the ruined church'.
Okasha/Forsyth/2001, 270: `The stone is part of the slab of unknown form'.
|Condition:||incomplete , some|
Okasha/Forsyth/2001, 270--271, makes clear that only a small portion of the slab survives.
|Crosses:||1: arcs; outline; expanded; curved; plain; circular; none; none; plain|
Okasha/Forsyth/2001, 270: `Incised on the visible face are the remains of an encircled cross-of-arcs'.
|Okasha and Forsyth (1996):||[--][.]OSED|
Okasha/Forsyth/2001 271 reading only
|Position:||n/a ; broad ; below cross ; undivided|
Okasha/Forsyth/2001, 270: `a single horizontal line of text below' the cross.
|Language:||name only (rbook)|
|Palaeography:||Okasha/Forsyth/2001, 270: `The text is in half-uncial script'.|
CISP: The lettering is half-uncial. The D has an ascender which bends to the left over an open bow. The S is half-uncial in form, and like on TOURP/11, TOURP/23, TOURP/17, TOURP/7 and TOURP/49 the E is in the capitalis form.
Okasha/Forsyth/2001, 270: `rather deteriorated'.