|ISLAND OGHAM STONE
|This ogham stone is standing on the top
of a low mound, probably an artificial
tumulus and as the result of digging
around its base, the stone has slipped,
and now stands at an angle of about 75
degrees. It is composed of grit and
measures 1.6m in height, 0.56m in width
and 0.56m in depth and is rectangular in
form. The inscription, in bold scores,
reads 'CUNALEGI AVI QUNACANOS'
and translates as 'Cunalegi, descendant
of Qunacanos'. It has been dated by
Ziegler to 400 - 499 AD and by Korolev
to 400 - 500 AD and the stone is known
locally as the 'Bracklaghboy Stone'.