Carved Rock on Bank of How Beck, East of Path from West Morton to Riddlesden and 440m South West of Barn House Farm

West Yorkshire

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Cup And Ring Marked Stone
Late Neolithic

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Grid Reference

SE087087 (408654, 442428)

WGS84 Coordinates

53.8778, -1.86835

Nearest Postcode

BD20 5EN

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A cup and ringed stone dating to the Late Neolithic or Early Bronze Age. The monument includes a carved gritstone rock, mostly covered by brambles and ivy. The visible part measures 1.4 metres by 1.2 metres by 0.8 metres. It is situated on the east bank of How Beck, east of the footpath from West Morton to Riddlesden. The carving consists of seven cups, one with part of a ring, two joined by a faint short groove, and two long grooves.

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