Carved boulder found on Cotherstone Moor, N of Loups’s Hill, near Cotherstone, County Durham.
This fairly flat stone was first noted by local archaeologist Dennis Coggins and was referenced 10 in Beckensall & Laurie’s 2008 publication ‘Prehistoric Rock Art of County Durham, Swaledale and Wensleydale’. Subsequently recorded by NADRAP in 2006 and added to ERA as ‘Loup’s Hill 2’ in 2008, the team noted:
‘This panel consists of two faint cup and rings, the most easterly cup is elongated and extremely eroded.’
Historic England scheduling: https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1018323
Model created from a single stereo pair captured by Jeff Lynn (NADRAP Team 5) in July 2007. The imagery forms part of the full NADRAP archive deposited with Historic England & Northumberland County Council.
Kenneth Lymer’s model showing the full stone (in 2013) can be seen here: https://skfb.ly/6TuPp