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Coláiste Íde Ogham Stone
 

County

Kerry

Coordinates

N 52° 07' 36.0"   W 010° 18' 23.0"

Nearest town

Dingle

Grid Ref.

V 42105 99672

Map No.

70

Elevation a.s.l. (m)

11

Date of visit

Saturday 20 May 2006

GPS Accuracy (m)

11
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The seven ogham stones in photo group.


These ogham stones are aligned on the right verge of the lane that leads to what looks like a school.
Five of them are standing, two are laid on the ground, parallel to the driveway. The upright stones have a height that ranges from the 70 centimetres of the one at the right end of the row to the 1.20 metres of the stone at the left end of the row. The three tallest stones are the ones with the best and more clearly readable inscriptions.
Behind the standing ogham stones there's a small slab with the carving of a cross of Lorraine.
All the place has a strong smell of garlic!


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