Recycled Ogham Stones

By Dr Nora White, OG(H)AM’s Irish Postdoctoral Researcher When we think of ogham stones, we imagine an ogham-inscribed pillar or standing stone in the landscape, possibly marking a burial or a territory boundary. However, a high percentage of our ogham stones were actually first found in secondary locations, rather than in their original position. Not… Continue reading Recycled Ogham Stones