Dunchraigaig Cairn Rock Art, Untextured View3D Model
This is an untextured detail of the lower side of the cist capstone at Dunchraigaig Cairn, depicting rare rock art carvings. The untextured surface makes the carvings more clear.
The carvings, thought to date to the Neolithic or Early Bronze Age, include depictions of two male red deer, which are considered to have been the largest deer species in Scotland during this time. Full-grown antlers can be seen on both animals. Three other quadrupeds are also visible.
To explore the Cairn in context, go to this model here.
To examine the carvings in colour, go to this model.
For information on visiting Dunchraigaig Cairn, go to our website.
Rae Project | PIC064