At the beginning of this year I finally started to walk the rest of the hill and surroundings, away from the sad sight of concrete fillings, and came, not really surprisingly, across a few suspicious stone compilations. Amongst them was in one a large slab with what looked like two left foot imprints. Although I know of Columba’s Stone in the garden of Belmont House in Derry and its reputation of being the inauguration stone of the Kings of Aileach, it did not occur to me until some days ago that there might be another contender to this claim. It dawned on me as I saw a photo of the crowning stone of the Scots kings of Dál Riata on Wikipedia that this stone may have been used for this purpose. If that should be the case, it would raise the question of who’s crowning stone the one at Belmont is.