Arraglen Ogham Stone facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsArraglen Ogham Stone
Irish: Cloch Oghaim Airghleanna
County Kerry, Ireland
|Elevation||669 m (2,195 ft)|
|Height||1.91 m (6 ft 3 in)|
|Built||c. 550–600 AD|
|Owner||Office of Public Works|
|Official name: Arraglen Ogham Stone|
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Arraglen ogham stone is located in a saddle between Mount Brandon and Masatiompan.
This stone was erected as a grave marker, with inscription in Primitive Irish, some time in c. AD 550–600.
The stone is sandstone, 191 × 38 × 20 cm. The inscription reads QRIMITIR RO/Ṇ[A]/ṆN MAQ̣ COMOGANN ("of the priest [cruimther] Rónán son of Comgán"). It contains a circled cross.
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