You’d be forgiven for thinking that the first two photos show a partly-buried headstone. They in fact show the deep imprint of a stone that, until very recently, had lain face-down in the earth for who knows how long. I have reversed the photos so that the inscription can be read more easily. The third photograph is of the actual stone, now propped against its pedestal.

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