|RUSHEENS EAST OGHAM STONE
|A quiet small ogham stone, only 1.26m in height, 0.43m in width and 0.33m in depth. It
is composed of Schist and had previously been a 'kneeling stone' on a dwarf wall
surrounding a well dedicated to St. Mobhi. It now stands beside a deserted cottage on a
low altar-like structure north of the well in the county of Mayo. It has been dated by
Ziegler to 400 - 500 AD and reads 'Alattos Maqi Br - -'. The last few letters have been
broken away by the masons that built it into the wall of the well.
53 53' 46.21"N...8 40' 26.22"W