Probable carved section of outcrop on Piper’s Crag, Rombalds Moor, West Yorkshire.
This probable prehistoric carving was first noted on a section of exposed outcrop during recording by the CSI:Rombalds Moor project in 2012. It was added to ERA as ‘Piper’s Crag 03a’ and described as:
‘… The actual carving consists of one large, deep cup (14cm diameter and 5cm deep) close to the middle of the NW edge of the outcrop, surrounded by a very weathered ring / partial ring - more apparent on the N side and of 26 cm diameter.’
This decimated was created from a single stereo pair captured by Peter Butler (CSI Team) in June 2013. The imagery forms part of the HLF funded CSI: Rombalds Moor / Watershed Landscape Project archive.