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Carving on private farmland near Carr Edge, Frankham Fell, N of Fourstones, Northumberland.
Referenced ‘Carr Hill a, Frankham Fell’ on the Beckensall Archive (BA), the carvings are described as:
‘The top motifs are a cup from which a groove runs out to meet the outer ring of five. These rings are not complete, but begin with an arc over the cup, a penannular parallel to that, two complete concentric rings, and an outer penannular.
Below is a cup with a serpentine groove running from it. The cup has three concentric penannulars; the groove does not run through the gap, but curves away to meet one end of these penannulars. Above all is a short groove concentric to the rings below it.’
NADRAP referenced the carving ‘Carr Hill a’ on ERA in 2008.
Model created from 5 stereo pairs captured by Ken Black (NADRAP Team 4) in March 2006. The imagery forms part of the NADRAP archive deposited with Historic England.