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In 1782 a storm blew away an accumulation of sand, and revealed a series of seven Ogham-inscribed stones, in an ancient burial-ground, called Kilvickillane, on the shore of Smerwick Bay on the Dingle Peninsula. This is the only ogham stone now remaining on site. Macalister read it as CUNAMAQQI CORBBI MAQQ[I MUCCOI DOVVINIA]S. Letters in square brackets are a possible reconstruction, no evidense for these survives on the stone. 3d mdel created using photogrammetry and processed with Agisoft PhotoScan