Prudhoe Castle cup & ring marked stoneYour model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
During excavations by the Department of the Environment of Prudhoe Castle by Mr L J Keen and Mr D W R Thackray in 1970, a decorated stone was found face upwards in the foundations of the early 14th century hall. It is likely that the stone was cut from outcrop rock and used as building material without any regard for its significance. Motifs consist of two or three single cups and two larger cups with multiple rings. Short radial grooves run from the central cups.
The current location is shown here Geograph
This model is made from a single stereo pair of photos taken during the Northumberland & Durham Rock Art Project in 2008 and only shows the front (decorated) face of the stone.