I discovered this previously unrecorded cup-marked boulder in the far west of Cornwall, UK in August 2021. The visible part of the boulder measures approximately 3.5m x 2.6m x 1.5m. The largest cup marks are about 11-12cm in diameter. They are all very eroded and hard to spot unless the lighting is just right.
This model is provided for rock art specialists who will be able to spot some of them, and for general interest.
I have yet to complete a full analysis, but there are in excess of 20 cup marks. Laura Ratcliffe-Warren of Penwith Landscape Partnership has spotted some potential linear features on the surface.
The bottom of the stone has been broken off in the past presumably to create a lintel. The neat row of drill holes show an unsuccessful attempt to break off another piece. The west side of the stone has also been broken off.
This stone is now listed on Cornwall HER.