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Ballynahunt ogham stone (textured) 3D Model
Created using photogrammetry (54 images) and processed with Agisoft Photoscan software (untextured version available here: https://sketchfab.com/models/c98aba034b9a40fe9e855be1adc23046. Tradition is that this stone originally came from near a well ‘up the mountain east of Ballynahunt’, near Annascaul, Co. Kerry. Macalister (1945, no. 171) read the inscription as DUGENNGG[I] MAQI RODDOS, which is up-side-down in relation to the cross. The stone is currently attached to the gable end of a farmhouse. Part of the inscription is beneath ground level and many of the vowel notches are unclear.