Carved cliff face on the S banks of the River Coquet SW of Warkworth, Northumberland.
This particular section was referenced ‘Morwick N01’ by NADRAP on ERA. The team describe:
‘At the top right there is a large set of rings (possible double spiral which extends down to the left). 0.5 m to the left of this and 0.05 m down there is another set of rings. Very slightly above and a further 0.10 m left is another set of rings (or double spiral). In the centre of the panel, there is a small set of rings. On the same level, 0.5 m from the left edge is a possible horned spiral, with a cup just below, 0.20 m from left edge in the centre of a slight bulge. More possible rings level with the bottom edge of the horned spiral.’
Historic England Scheduling: https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1014482
Model created from 4 images captured by NADRAP Team 2. The imagery forms part of the NADRAP /ERA archive.