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McDonald (The Kingdom of the Isles, p187) notes that a tombstone, inscribed "Here lies the body of Angusius, son of Lord Angusius MacDonald of Islay", is sometimes attributed to Angus Og but must refer to a later man. He cites Late medieval monumental sculpture in the West Highlands, by Bannerman and Steer. I think the stone must be the one pictured in The Clan Donald v1 p102-103, which is said there to be inscribed: Hic jacet corpus Angusii filii Domini Angusii Mac Domhnill de Ila. So, I've removed it from the article and placed it here.--Brianann MacAmhlaidh (talk) 09:51, 4 February 2012 (UTC)