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This unusual artefact is best described as a sculpted stone, although it shares many characteristics with carved stone balls.
The artefact is most comparable to the three-spiked stone recovered from the Chambered Tomb at Quoyness, Sanday (https://skfb.ly/Hupn).
This artefact was found at Skara Brae, Orkney in the 19th century and dates from the late Neolithic (c.3200-2300 BC).
L:91mm, B: 74.5mm, T: 58.4mm. W:376.9g
NMS X.HA 660. © National Museums Scotland.