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Rounded boulder on private farmland near Thwaite Hall, Cotherstone, County Durham.
Sited on a small cairn, this round boulder was first noted by Paul Brown and referenced TH18 in his and Barbara Brown’s 2008 publication ‘Prehistoric Rock Art in the Northern Dales’. NADRAP recorded the stone as ‘Thwaite Hall’ and deposited the info on ERA in 2008. They recorded:
“This carved boulder is set within a cairn on a natural ridge overlooking the confluence of the rivers Balder and Tees. The motifs consist of seven cups, six of them shallow and a natural fissure which may have been enhanced.”
This model just shows the carved upper surface of the stone and was created from 6 images captured by NADRAP Team 5 in April 2008. The imagery forms part of the full NADRAP / ERA archive.