|TULLYGARRAN I OGHAM STONE
|This ogham stone was discovered here in 1848, along with 6 others, after a storm
uncovered an ancient burial-ground over looking Smerwick Bay in Kilvickillane. It was
subsequently transferred in 1848 to Chute Hall, near Tralee, where it remains. The
stone stands 0.96m in height and is 0.51m width at thebase narrowing to 0.18m at the
top. Parts of the inscription have worn away and it is now difficult to reconstruct.
(Macalister, 1945). It read it as: LUBBAIS MAQQI DUN....S