There is some disparity between this stone and its 19th century description and sketch, which shows an elaborate geometric cross, a sword and an inscription. This stone fits the description only by being broken in half.

The only visible carvings are two incised symbols on one of its sloping sides: one appears to be something like an open book inside a circle; the second is formed of three circles giving the appearance of a round plate or dish with handles viewed from above.

On the end of the section with the symbols there is a circle with botanical appendages, carved in relief in much finer detail than the carvings incised on the stone.

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