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Ogam-Inschrift: CIIC-Nr. 210

Ogam Inscription: CIIC no. 210

Original location: Kilcoolaght

County: Kerry

Surroundings: Field

Year of discovery: 0

Actual location: =


Illustrations:

Fig. 210, 001 Fig. 210, 002 Fig. 210, w01 Fig. 210, w03

Actual reading:

Latin Transcription: DUB[E ||

Ogam Transcription: [ ||

Ogam Transliteration: [ ||



Other readings, history, comments etc.:

Location and history:

For the locality and discovery, cf. {206}.

Size according to Brash, OIM 230: 1'8" x 5" x 8"
Size according to Macalister, CIIC: 1'8" x 0'4 1/2" x 0'6"

Published illustrations:
Macalister, Epig. 2, 103 (sketch of inscription);
Macalister, CIIC 1, 204 (draft of two sides).


Reading Brash, OIM 231 (no. 5.):

| ......
The fragment "appears to have been the top of a slender pillar stone".

The fragment is not mentioned by Ferguson, OI (106).


Reading Macalister, Epig. 2, 103 (99 / V.):

:
N | ...a/i]DUBI[b/n
The inscription is on two angles, the first one showing but an n with "indefinite traces of vowel points" before. On the second angle, the "last point of the i and the top of the following b-score" were "carried away" by a "fresh-looking fracture". This might be the "last dot of maqi, fowllowed by a name commencing Dubi-."


Reading Macalister, CIIC:

DUBE[B?] | Q/N
DUBE[B?] is preceded by the last notch of a vowel. On the other angle, there are five scores to be read either as a Q or as a N.


Reading Harbison, Guide 115:

DUBE....

The stone is not treated by Korolev, DP (85).


Reading Gippert (1978/1981):

"Southern" angle, right to left [|| "northern" angle]:
DUB[E ||
[ ||
[ ||
<No reading should be attempted.

Last changes of this record: 27.04.97

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