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Tullygarran ogham stones
Native name
Irish: Clocha Oghaim Tulaigh Garráin
Chute Hall Ogham Stones
Type ogham stones
Location Tullygarran, Tralee,
County Kerry, Ireland
Built c. AD 300–800
Owner private
National Monument of Ireland
Official name: Tullygarran Ogham Stones
Reference no. 295

The Tullygarran ogham stones are a pair of ogham stones forming a National Monument located in County Kerry, Ireland.

Location

Tullygarran Ogham Stones are located 4.2 kilometres (2.6 mi) east of Tralee, near to Chute Hall.

History

The stones were discovered in 1848 after a storm uncovered an ancient burial ground overlooking Smerwick Bay. Dayrolles Eveleigh-de-Moleyns, 4th Baron Ventry moved them to his home at Chute Hall.

Description

The stones are:

  • Stone 1: reads LUBBAIS MAQQI DUN....S ("of Lubbais son of Dun...s") and stands 0.96 metres (3 ft 2 in) tall
  • Stone 2: reads CCICAMINI MAQQ(I) C(A)TTINI ("of Cíchmuine son of Caitne") and stands 1.02 metres (3 ft 4 in) tall
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