|CIIC ID:||CIIC 504|
|Country:||Isle of Man|
|Region:||Port St Mary / Rushen|
|City/Village:||Originally Ballaqueeney, currently Manx Museum, Douglas|
|Dimensions:||52cm High, 13cm Wide, 10cm Thick|
|᚛ ᚁᚔᚃᚐᚔᚇᚑᚅᚐᚄᚋᚐᚊᚔᚋᚒᚉᚑᚔ ᚜ ᚛ ᚉᚒᚅᚐᚃᚐᚂᚔ ᚜|
|Text - Native:|
|BIVAIDONAS MAQI MUCOI CUNAVA[LI]|
|Text - English:|
|Of Bivaidonas, son of the tribe Cunava[li]|
|Ogham - Ogham inscriptions|
The stone was kept in a garden in Ballaqueeney from its discovery until about 1885. This caused the stone surface to deteriorate, due to being exposed to wind and rain. It is known that two characters can no longer be read.
Archeologists note that "the grooves are finely cut with a V-shaped section and the scores forming the consonants for the most part are 2 inches in length...there are no traces of divisional points; but there are longer spaces between the words than between the letters."
The stones are now located in the Manx Museum in Douglas, Isle of Man.
"Bivaidonas", a person's name, is believed to suggest that the person named was related to the Conailli Muirtheimne of north Louth and south Down.