By John O'Donovan
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And O Conor Hibernicarum Scriptores, Prolegomena, p. Ixxxiii. Ussher Rerum s There are also inscriptions still extant to which s we may The proof of the early use of letters in Ireland. following, which is of undoubted antiquity, is a copy of the Roman alphabet, inscribed on a stone at Kilmalkedar, in the appeal in west of the county of Kerry. An accurate representation of given by Mr. Petrie, in his Essay on the Ecclesiastical Architecture and Round Towers of Ireland", this inscription is and inserted here by permission of the author.
The Author of this Grammar examined this cave in the are not fa year 1841, and can testify that the inscriptions but whether the monument be pagan or early brications ; Christian, he will not take upon him to Ogham decide. his inscriptions are constantly referred to in the oldest Irish on the tombs and monuments of torical tales, as engraved pagan kings and chieftains, and from these tales it would appear that they contained simply the names of the persons xlv Introduction. interred. " Also in a very ancient poem, beginning Ojum illia, lia uap " Ogum on the stone, the stone over the monument," leacc, preserved in the Book of Leinster, p.
A grammar of the Irish language by John O'Donovan