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This 6-knobbed carved stone ball was found at Keills, Islay, Scotland and dates from the late Neolithic (c.3100-2500 BC). Slight incised surface decoration is present on two, possibly three knobs. One exhibits a near central dimple cut by a cross, another knob is divided by a irregularly curving/angular line, while a third exhibits one slight straight line. This marks are best seen in ‘mapcap’ mode.
This artefact was exhibited to the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland by Kirkman Findlay in 1889 and was acquired by the museum in 1901.
Acesssion No.: X.AS 137