Stone of Lugnaedon
Description:A photograph of a pillar about two feet in height with ancient Irish writing known as Ogham inscribed on it. There is a cross engraved on the north side, and two such crosses on each of the other sides. The stone bears the inscription “Lie Lugnaedon Macc Li Menueh”
Copyright:which means “The stone of Lugnaedon, son of Limenueh”. Limeneuh is the sister of St. Patrick. The pillar dates back to the sixth century and is found on Inchagoill Island. Inchagoill Island is one of the islands of Lough Corrib, in Galway.