NISMR No.: FER 153:008
Monument Type: Carved stone figure
One of two carved statues situated on White Island, County Fermanagh. The larger, the Boa Island figure, is regarded as one of the most enigmatic and remarkable stone figures in Ireland. It is called a 'Janus figure' because it has two faces, reminding some of the Roman two-headed deity Janus, however, it is thought more likely to represent a Celtic god or indeed goddess.