Knott Hill (March 2008)Your model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
Boulder set on private farmland and within the denuded remains of a Romano-British settlement, NW of Barnard Castle, County Durham.
First recorded by Dennis Coggins and Dr Ken Fairless, this record was included on the county Historic Environment Record and added by NADRAP to ERA as ‘Knott Hill’ in 2008. They recorded:
“This almost rectangular block of stone has three well formed cups running in a line north to south. The most southerly cup is slightly out of line to the east. The cups seem to be framed by two natural basalt veins protruding through the softer surface.”
Historic England listing: https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1016612
Model created from 7 photos captured by NADRAP team 5 in March 2008. The imagery forms part of the NADRAP / ERA archive.