The ogham stones consists of a massive block of stone which has a rectangular cross-section, straight sides which taper at the top with inscription on the angles of the top and both sides of the E face. The ogham inscription is, therefore, on what now presents as the uppermost surface of the stone, formerly the E face when the stone was vertical. This face of the stone has a rather rough and weathered surface, with several irregularities and areas of possible flaking or chipping, particularly toward the apex/west end of the stone. . The lines and notches are, in general, sharply delineated, up to 1cm in width, with the lines measuring up to 10-12cm in length, but some variation is evident in the thickness and spacing of the scores. The scores on the narrow N and S sides of the stones appear somewhat better preserved than some of those on the more weathered broad face. noted that although this inscription is ‘injured by wear and chipping’, the reading is ‘certain’: CUNALEGI AVI QUNACANOS.