This stone has several names given to it: Dapšiai Mythological Stone, Ford Stone, Ruzgai Stone. However, the reason why it may also be named the Stone of the Sun, are four circles, similar to plates, 38-50 cm in diameter, engraved in the stone, which might symbolize the Sun. It became a mystery for archaelogists, as other stones in Lithuania do not display such incisions. According to historian V. Laurinaitis, another legend is told about how Duke Kęstutis‘ troops were hunting in the nearby woods, and killed six wolves. The beasts were burnt as a sacrifice for God Perkūnas on the Dapšiai Mound, and then, the hunters engraved six marks on the stone.
Ruzgai village, Mažeikiai region.