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BALLYMOREREAGH CROSS INSCRIBED OGHAM STONE
BALLYMOREREAGH OGHAM STONE, COUNTY KERRY
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PHOTO by Pip POWELL
MAY 2010
This cross inscribed ogham stone lies in front of the entrance to Templemanaghan
'Teampall Mhanachain' oratory, on the lower east slopes of Lateevemore over looking
Dingle Harbour in its own protected fenced area. Traditionally regarded as marking  
the grave of St. Manchan it stands 1.75m in height, 0.56m in width and 0.36m in             
depth. The ogham inscription is on its NE angle and reads " Qeniloci Maqi                     
Maqi-Ainia Muc..".The half-uncial script reads "Fect Queniloc" and on the east face    
of the stone there is a plain equal-armed cross with a rough equal-armed cross on the    
west face. Ziegler has dated the stone to 400 - 700 AD.
CO-ORDINATES
52 9' 15.796"N...10 19' 53.195"W
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