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Cubert Stone

Standing Stone / Menhir

<b>Cubert Stone</b>Posted by philImage © phil
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Nearest Town:Newquay (5km NNE)
OS Ref (GB):   SW786577 / Sheet: 200
Latitude:50° 22' 36.56" N
Longitude:   5° 6' 51.39" W

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Visited 19.4.12

Built into the church wall in the middle of Cubert village – south of Newquay.

There is a large car park outside the church and the church itself is worth a look around.

The lettering on the stone was barely visible and if I wasn’t specifically looking for it I would never have known it was there.

But I did know about it; I was specifically looking for it; so I found it!
Posted by CARL
4th May 2012ce


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The inscription on the stone reads..

(Conetocus, son of Tergernomalus)

Tigernos = King

The stone dates from the Dark Ages but it is possibly an older standing stone that has been re-used.

The stone is horizontally built into the base of Cubert Church.
Posted by phil
15th December 2001ce
Edited 24th March 2013ce


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Celtic Inscribed Stones Project (CISP)

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Posted by phil
15th December 2001ce