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Boulder found on Howden Hill, NW of Newbrough, Northumberland.
This is the more northerly of two carvings found side by side on Howden Hill. Possibly a new find, NADRAP referenced the carving ‘Howden Hill 2’ and added it to ERA in 2008. The team described:
“A roughly triangular slab dipping steeply into the ground from an uncovered high point on its S edge. Approximately 30 cups, scattered or some apparently forming curved or straight lines.”
Historic England listing: https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1418656
Model created from 8 stereo pairs captured by Dave Tuck and Andy Curtis (NADRAP team 2) in August 2007. The imagery forms part of the full NADRAP archive deposited with Historic England & Northumberland County Council.