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Ogham is an early medieval alphabet used to write the old Irish language. Sometimes referred to as the ‘Celtic Tree Alphabet’, based on the medieval tradition of ascribing names of trees to individual letters, each letter is in the form of strokes so, for example, the letter ‘A’ is a single, central stroke. There are roughly 400 surviving Ogham inscriptions on stone monuments throughout Ireland and into parts of Britain, but the bulk remain in the south of Ireland, throughout the counties of Kerry, Cork and Waterford. Would be lovely as a gift to remind family and/or friends of their Irish heritage.