CIIC 500

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CIIC 500

CIIC ID: CIIC 500
CISP ID: ANDRS/1
Country: Isle of Man
Region: Andreas
City/Village: Originally Knoc-y-doonee, currently Manx Museum, Douglas
Produced: 6th Century
Dimensions: 1.75m High, 43cm Wide, 20cm Thick
Ogham letters:
᚛ᚒᚁᚔᚉᚐᚈᚑᚄᚋᚐᚊᚔᚏᚑᚉᚐᚈᚑᚄ᚜
Text - Native:
FILIVS-ROCATI HIC-IACIT
Text - English:
Ammecatus son of Rocatus lies here.
Other resources:
Ogham - Ogham inscriptions

CIIC 500 is a stone inscription discovered on the Isle of Man in 1909. The stone's material is 'clay slate' and is believed to have originated from hills six miles to the south of the site where it was found.

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