Detail of graffiti on the Dwarfie Stane left in1850 by Major William Henry Mounsey, the Victorian spy, who carved his name in Latin form backwards together with the words 'I have sat for two nights and have found patience' in Persian calligraphy.
Location: Hoy, Orkney
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