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Brow Moor 1n (2010) 3D Model
Carved rock found in the Stoupe Brow area of Brow Moor, Fylingdales, North Yorkshire. It was found in May 2005 by Graeme Chappell and Paul Brown during surveys conducted after 2003 moorland fire that devastated large areas of Fylingdales Moor. The area was known to be rich in prehistoric remains prior to the fire taking place, but it revealed a significant amount of additional archaeology. Amongst the new finds were dozens of carvings, cairns, barrows, flints, stretches of walling and some undefined features.
Motifs consist of cups, rings and connecting grooves. Differences in tooling between the motifs, may suggest phases of carving or different hands.
Published in Graeme Chappell and Paul Brown’s 2005 publication ‘Prehistoric Rock Art in the North York Moors’ as Stoupe Brow 1n. Surprisingly, it hasn’t been scheduled, nor does there appear to an entry in the regional Historic Environment Record.
Model created in August 2018 from 2 stereo pairs captured on 23rd May 2010.
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