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Early medieval inscribed stone inside the beautiful Madron Church, Cornwall UK. It probably reads VIR / QONFAL FILIVS / VENNORCIT in a mixture of Roman capitals and ‘book-hand’ used in 6th century manuscripts. It is a personal memorial stone for Qonfal - possibly a memorial from his wife. Vennorcit is his father.
Qonfal may mean “Lordly-Hound, Great Wolf” and Vennorcit, “Fair Slayer”.
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