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This prehistoric carved portable rock was found during the excavation of Hunterheugh by Clive Waddington, Aron Mazel and Ben Johnson in 2004. Referenced ‘Hunterheugh 1 Excavation Portable 3’ on the Beckensall Archive (BA), it was added to ERA by NADRAP in 2008 and described as:
‘Angular sandstone slab with several cracks and fissures. Shallow cup with peck marks visible appears ‘unfinished’ as the edge is not clearly defined. Dimensions of cup: 0.06 m by 0.05 m by 0.005 m deep. Very clear peck marks in places.’
This model just shows the carved surface is created from imagery captured by NADRAP Team 2 in May 2006. The images formed part of NADRAP archive deposited with Historic England and Northumberland County Council.