|Discovery:||first mentioned, 1933 Henderson, C.G.|
|History:||Okasha/1993, 302: `The stone was recorded by C. G. Henderson some time before 1933. It was then the `Top stone in the Stile of the footpath that leads to Trencrom from the Lelant road'. In 1976 the stone was described as `destroyed'. ... Pace Maxwell, the stone described by Henderson appears to be in existence today'.|
|Dimensions:||1.2 x 0.4 x 0.28 (Okasha/1993)|
Okasha/1993, 302: `The stone forms the top stone of the first stile on the path to Trencrom which leads to the left off the unclassified road from Lelant to Trencrom'.
CISP: From the photograph in Okasha/1993, 303, it would appear that the stone is probably a pillar-stone.
|Condition:||inc , good|
|Decorations:||no other decoration|
|Okasha, E. (1985):||[--]|
Okasha/1993 302 reading only
|Thomas, C. (1994):||--] | [--|
Thomas/1994 330 reading only
|Position:||inc ; inc ; inc ; undecorated|
Thomas/1994, 330: `two lines'.
|Date:||400 - 699 (Thomas/1994)|
The stone is listed in Thomas' hand-list in the `pre-700' section (Thomas/1994, 300).
|Palaeography:||Okasha/1993, 302: `the script is too deteriorated to be classifiable'.|
Okasha/1993, 302: `There are some incisions on the top and sides of the stone. It is possible, although by no means certain, that these were once letters. Even if they were, the text is now illegible...Henderson described the stone as `undoubtedly inscribed' adding that it might `be a genuine early inscribed stone'...If there ever was a text, it is now illegible'.
Thomas/1994, 330: `illegible, two lines, apparently genuine'.