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Alford Image Library

Incised Stone
The Alford Image Library
Incised Stone

Every surface of this stone has been apparently incised with grooved lines, many running in parallels. One suggestion has been made that some of the marks would appear to be in Ogham script and form the word "teacher or master". Another suggestion has been that some of the incised lines can be interpreted as a Shelagh na Gigh.
Picture added on 15 September 2008
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Prehistoric stones and stone circles
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