Exploring Waterford's Ancient Monuments

Ardmore - Ogham Stone

Ardmore - Ogham Stone

This Ogham stone stands in a small niche inside the ruins of Ardmore cathederal. It was originally found built into the east wall of the oratory.

It has two inscriptions which have been read as 1. LUGUDECCAS MAQI  MUJCOI NETASEGAMONAS an 2. DOLATI BIGA -ISGOB.

The markings are well preserved which is helped by its present location in the chancel of the cathereral wall.

 

 

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