Knickeen Ogham Stone is situated in the beautiful Glen of Imaal, one of my favourite parts of Wicklow. This stone has in its time been referred to as a long stone, a standing stone, and an Ogham Stone. It has been dated to around 400-550AD with Ogham writing on the North Eastwards facing corner. The stone appears to say ‘MAQI NILI’, which translates as ‘Of the son of Neill/Niall”. The stone is 2.5 metres in height and tapers out from a base width of 1 metre to 2 metres at the top. By the way this stone is situated right beside the Irish Military range so don’t be alarmed if you hear some shooting!
GPS: 52.99584, -6.53773