This fragment of an ogham stone is currently on display in Músaem Chorca Dhuibhne, Ballyferriter
(www.westkerrymuseum.com). It was found in a fence in Brackloon (An Bhreac-chluain) townland, and was for many years preserved in the grounds of Ballinagroun House, near Inch.
It is not known from where it originally came, but it may be a portion of a stone that came from a souterrain within a rath in Brackloon townland (see Cuppage, J. (1986) Archaeological Survey of the Dingle Peninsula, Oidhreacht Chorca Dhuibhne, Ballyferriter, p. 124).
This fragment is a portion of an ogham stone; it is not known where the remaining fragment(s) might be.Text
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