The Book of Kells is perhaps the best known example of Gaelic Script, a style of writing indicative of this Island.
But in actuality Gaelic Script is just an Irish rendering of the Latin alphabet used throughout the western world.
Ireland did have it’s own unique script though and it is preserved today on Ogham stones. So what are they and what do they say?
Dr Nora White is a Researcher in the Department of Early Irish at Maynooth University and Principal Investigator on the Ogham in 3D project.