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Prehistoric carved outcrop near Millstone Burn on Longframlington Common, Northumberland.
This section of outcrop is referenced on the Beckensall Archive (BA) as ‘Millstone Burn 3c (i)’ and described as:
‘An oval shaped part of the rock has a cup and ring from which from which a groove leads to the end of the rock, surrounded by an angular ring that shows that part of it was made by joining small cups together. Two cracks separate this part from the rest, where there are three cups and a cupless ring. At the other side is a cup and thin groove at the centre of a gapped ring, surrounded by a U-shaped groove, with a cup as part of it. There is a cup and cup and arc.’
Added to ERA by NADRAP in 2008.
Model created from 6 stereo pairs captured by Dave Tuck & David Jones (NADRAP) in March 2006. The imagery forms part of the full NADRAP archive deposited with Historic England & Northumberland County Council.