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Barningham Moor Carving 3D Model
Prehistoric carved rock discovered on Barningham Moor, County Durham, England, in June 2006 during recording for the Northumberland and Durham Rock Art Project Pilot. Initially, just 3 cup marks were visible at what became the SE edge. The turf was carefully peeled back (against guidance) revealing a stone 1.9m long, almost completely covered by cups, rings and interconnected grooves. Whether the whole design is contemporary or the result of various phases of carving over a number of years isn’t apparent. Unfortunately, the carving has spent the last 10 years being uncovered then recovered, all of which has probably had a detrimental impact on the carved surface, both through grains becoming detached and rapidly changing environmental conditions. Usually, those who uncover stones replace the turf, but that hasn’t happened in this case. Plans are afoot to laser scan the exposed surface and aerially map the area. Model created from 11 images captured on 12 Sep 2018.
ERA record: https://tinyurl.com/yanxjtoz