Prehistoric Enclosure 530m and a Rubble Bank 500m East of Haythwaite in Scale Knoll Allotment, Barningham Moor
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Cup Marked Stone
County Council (Unitary)
Durham County Council
SE052052 (405225, 509087)
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The monument includes a cairn 7 metres in diameter, and a carved rock which is embedded in the cairn. It is situated on Barningham Moor, in the modern sheep-grazing enclosure known as Scale Knoll Allotment. The cairn is composed of sandstone rocks, and survives to a height of 0.7 metres. It has been slightly disturbed by stone-robbing in the past, which has given it an irregular shape. The carved rock is visible embedded in the south west side of the cairn, and is partly covered by vegetation. It is not possible to establish whether the rock is part of the cairn material or predates the cairn. The visible part of the rock measures 0.8 metres by 0.35 metres by 0.1 metre. The carving consists of two large cups joined by a groove, and one small cup. Scheduled.
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