Portable stone found in the White Hill area, near Kirknewton, Northumberland.
Discovered during excavations of the area by Northumberland Archaeology Group in 2006. The record was added to ERA by NADRAP in 2008 as ‘Ewe Hill, Hethpool 1’. The stone is recorded as being igneous. ERA records:
‘Discovered during an excavation by Northumberland Archaeology Group in 2006, the stone is now thought to be at the English Heritage offices in Cambridge.
The cup is sub-triangular and shallow. The arc is also shallow and limited to one-third around the cup mark, running at varying distances to the centre of the cup.’
This model seems to show pecking for a full, presumably abandoned ring.
Model created from 4 images captured by unknown in August 2006. The imagery forms part of the full NADRAP archive deposited with Historic England & Northumberland County Council.