This prehistoric carved portable rock is from an excavation and was originally in the collections of the Museum of Antiquities in Newcastle (now Great North Museum: Hancock). It’s referenced ‘Ellingham D’ on the Beckensall Archive (BA) and NADRAP added the record to ERA in 2008, describing:
‘Single large cup and three or four smaller finger-tip sized cups on same surface. Main cup is 0.04 m by 0.04 m (0.015 - 0.02 m deep). Groove is very shallow next to cup, deepens at edge of stone. Small cups difficult to see. There may have been more before stone was weathered.’
Model created from imagery captured by Dave Tuck, David Jones, Caroline & Kenneth Allott (NADRAP Team 2) in May 2006. The images formed part of NADRAP archive deposited with Historic England and Northumberland County Council.