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Two fragments of dressed slab of Carsaig sandstone. The surviving portion of the shaft is edged by bead-mouldings and the intervening space is slightly sunk. To the right of the shaft, facing inwards, there is an incised half-unical Old Irish inscription reading "Do Ergus" (A prayer for Fergus). Associated with Iona Abbey, Argyll and Bute.

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Date Made
8th century
Dimensions
l 550mm (l 21 5/8")
Property Information
Iona Abbey
Object Number
IONA031
Access Status
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