Scargill Low Moor 5 (Nov 2006)Your model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
Ground level rock found in The Combs area of Scargill Low Moor, S of Bowes, County Durham.
This stone was first discovered by Paul Brown and referenced ‘SCA5’ in his and Barbara Brown’s 2008 publication ‘Prehistoric Rock Art in the Northern Dales’. It was recorded ‘Scargill Low Moor 5’ by NADRAP and added to ERA in 2008. The NADARP team describe:
“This panel has a busy design of seventy three cup marks, some of which may be natural. Multiple thin bedding layers are evident on the stone with cups covering the whole surface. Towards the SW end are two grooves, which could be either natural or artificial.”
Paul & Barbara Brown suggest the grooves are enhanced natural.
Model created from 2 stereo pairs captured by NADRAP Team 5 in November 2006. The imagery forms part of the full NADRAP archive deposited with Historic England.