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Standing stones in Irish tradition
The dating of the language in ogam inscriptions
Latinletter inscriptions from Ireland and Britain
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apocope appears archaeological argued Arraglen associated Ballintaggart belong Bieler BRIGOMAGLOS British stones Bronze Age carved Celtic cemetery century A.D. chi-rho Christian CIIC CIIH coins Conneely cult Cuppage displaced HIC IACIT earlier early seventh century ECMW epigraphic erecting evidence examples excavation fifth century formula fourth century Gaulish genitive grave Hadrian's Wall half-uncial Herity hoard IACET ibid identified Inchagoill indicate inhumation burials inscribed Ireland Irish ogam Irish OI Iron Age islands Jackson Kerry Kilfountan Kiltullagh known Knowth later Latin names letters linguistic chronology Lough Lough Crew Maltese cross MAQI markers McCone McManus medieval memorial stones monoliths monuments mound Nash-Williams Neolithic Newgrange ogam alphabet ogam inscriptions ogam stones OI stones Old Irish parallels passage tombs Patrick period phase possible post-apocope post-syncope pre-apocope Primitive Irish Raftery Reask relative chronology represent Roman Britain Roman capitals Romano-British Sims-Williams specific spelling standing stones stone rows suggested Tara texts Thomas tradition vowel Wales words