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Ogam-Inschrift: CIIC-Nr. 017
Ogam Inscription: CIIC no. 017
Original location: Tuckamine
Year of discovery: 0
Actual location: Dublin, NM
Latin Transcription: MUCOI MUCC[ Ogam Transcription: ןהמלדוהזןהמלמל[
Ogam Transliteration: ןגגגככככגגזגגגגגןגגגככככזככככ[ג
Direction of reading: fu
Other readings, history, comments etc.:
Location and history:
According to Macalister, CIIC, the stone was "probably removed from an ancient graveyard in the neighbourhood to serve as a gatepost" and "found by Mr. E. O'Toole in the filling of a gap in the fence" (in 1938?).
- Macalister, CIIC (draft)
This inscription must have consisted of two lines, up-up, originally. Only "the second line, which (exceptionally) was on the dexter side" has been preserved. 2I3,4,5 are broken off.
After -CC [note that Korolev writes CC in both words!] one vowel notch is preserved; this has most probably to be restored to -I.
Only one vowel notch is preserved at the beginning of the fracture. The H-half of both M characters is extremely short, thus suggesting a reading B; MUCOI at least seems certain, though.
- JRSAI 68, 1938, 304: E. O'Toole, Macalister
Last changes of this record: 23.04.97 Copyright Jost Gippert, Frankfurt a/M 1996. No parts of this document may be republished in any form without prior permission by the copyright holder.