Prehistoric carved rock was found in the 19th C and formed part of a burial uncovered near Lilburn Hill Farm S of Wooler, Northumberland. It was then moved to the Museum of Antiquities in Newcastle (now Great North Museum: Hancock). Referenced ‘Lilburn Burial b’ on the Beckensall Archive (BA) it’s described:
‘The fragment has had part of its decoration broken off; the main motif is a ring around a boss and six concentric rings that are more incised than pecked. Four similarly concentric arcs, cut off, join the outer ring, moving in a different direction.’
The record was added to ERA by NADRAP in 2008.
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.
Find it in the museums virtual tour here: https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=EbvZoLv7amX&vr=0&help=1