|Discovery:||recognised, 1939 O'Neill|
|History:||Macalister/1945, 232: `A fragment also found by Mr. O'Neill, Caherciveen, on or near the site of the now destroyed structure called Macrohan's Castle on this townland. It had probably been used for building material'.|
Sullivan/Sheehan/1996, 244: `When first recorded by Macalister (1939a, 17), it was built into a stile a short distance S. of MacCrehin's Castle (1114)'.
|Geology:||Macalister/1945, 232: `grit'.|
Suillivan/Sheehan/1996, 244: `sandstone'.
|Dimensions:||0.66 x 0.28 x 0.07 (Sullivan/Sheehan/1996)|
|Location:||Kerry County Museum (Cat: L1992:29; CPM L286)|
Sullivan/Sheehan/1996, 245 records it as being in Kerry County Museum.
Sullivan/Sheehan/1996, 244--245: `fragment of an ogham inscribed sandstone pillar'.
|Condition:||frgmntry , some|
Macalister/1945, 232: `broken at both ends'.
|Decorations:||no other decoration|
|Macalister, R.A.S. (1945):||--]QNETN[O!][--|
Macalister/1945 232 concise discussion
Ziegler/1994 272 listing
|O'Sullivan, A. et al (1996):||--]QNETN[O!][--|
OSullivan/etal/1996 245 concise discussion
|Position:||inc ; arris ; n/a ; undecorated|
Macalister/1945, 232: `pocked and rubbed'.
|Palaeography:||Macalister/1945, 232--3: ` ...]MAQ NETN[... is possible, but cannot be certain. The reverse reading, which would give QVEQN, is even more hopeless'.|
O'Sullivan/Sheehan/1996, 245: `The well-preserved ogham scores are deeply cut...Two vowel notches follow the last consonant but the edge of the stone is spalled off after this point'.
Macalister/1945, 232: `So far as the letters remain they are in good condition, but what is left is too fragmentary to convey any intelligible meaning'.
O'Sullivan/Sheehan/1996, 245: `well-preserved...deeply cut'.