Stone, rectangular slab: inscribed in Roman letters on one face FANONI MAQVTRINI; on the other face SAGRANVI; ogam along two angles and top.
- Height: 1700 millimetres
- Width: 862 millimetres
- Depth: 287 millimetres
- Height: 2010 millimetres (incl plinth)
- Width: 1162 millimetres (incl plinth)
- Depth: 462 millimetres (incl plinth)
- Weight: 750 kilograms (estimated)
Inscription ContentSAVAQQUCI MAQI QICI
Inscription ContentFANONI MAQVTRINI
Smirke, E., 1861. An Account of an Ancient Inscribed Stone, Found at Fardel, Near Ivybridge, Devon. Royal Institution of Cornwall Spring Meeting, 1861 [copy held in archive]
Pettigrew, T. J., 1861. On Ogham Inscriptions. Journal of the British Archaeological Association 17, pp. 293-310 [copy held in archive]
Macalister R.A.S., 1945. Corpus Inscriptionum Insularum Celticum, vol. 1 (Dublin), no. 489
Okasha, E., 1993. Corpus of Early Christian Inscribed Stones of South-west Britain (London & New York), no. 13
Thomas, C., 1994. And Shall These Mute Stones Speak? Post-Roman Inscriptions in Western Britain (Cardiff), pp. 267-268
On display: G41/s6
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Object reference number: MCS16911
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