Historical artefacts unearthed in the Isle of Man by a team of television archaeologists have been handed over to Manx National Heritage (MNH).
The discoveries were made during the excavation at Mount Murray by the Channel 4 Time Team programme.
The programme was screened on 14th January 2007
Celtic Inscribed Stones Project online database
Example of an ogham stone at Ballaqueeney, Isle of Man CISP database: code RUSH/N1: “DOVAIDONA MAQI DROATA” (The Stone) of Dovaidu (PN), son of the Druid, and, code RUSH/N2: “BIVAIDONAS MAQI MUCOI CUNAVA[LI]” (The stone) of Bivaidu (PN), son of the clan/tribe Cunava[li] – (Connell)
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