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Cunogussus Inscribed Stone on Anglesey - an ancient monument on the island of Anglesey.

Inscribed Stone of Cunogussus SH 355750.

Inscribed Stone of Cunogussus

Inscribed Stone of Cunogussus

Possibly a prehistoric standing stone which was re-used in 520AD as a burial marker. Inscribed CVNOGVSI HIC IACIT - meaning The stone of Cunogussus - He lies here. Standing at six and a half feet tall and 2 and a half feet wide, it is located just behind a boundary wall which runs along the A4080. Little of the inscription was legible to me, although I have photographed what are obviously some of the letters, including a letter V.



Inscribed Stone of Cunogussus

Inscribed Stone of Cunogussus

Inscribed Stone of Cunogussus

Inscribed Stone of Cunogussus

Inscribed Stone of Cunogussus - mostly hidden by a stone wall

Inscribed Stone of Cunogussus - mostly hidden by a stone wall

Inscribed Stone of Cunogussus - mostly hidden by a stone wall

Inscribed Stone of Cunogussus

Inscribed Stone of Cunogussus - part of Inscription

Inscribed Stone of Cunogussus - part of Inscription

 




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