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Grain rubber, Castleton, Kincardineshire 3D Model
Marshall (1977) included this artefact as a decorated Late Neolithic (3200-2500 cal BC) carved stone ball, but it may be a Bronze Age grain rubber. Concentric circles are incised in one face and the size exhibit a ver slight zig-zag design.
Accesson No.: Q.L.1973.1 Locality: Knock Hill, near Castleton, Kincardineshire Weight: - Diameter: 82.6 mm
Model produced by Dr Hugo Anderson-Whymark