(1690) CUP-MARKED STONE (Plate 3), 3 ft. 8 ins. high above ground and 2 ft. 2 ins. wide, now used as the E. gatepost of a stackyard to N.E. of the Parish Church. The stone presents a flattish face towards the gateway, and on this are visible at least 17 and possibly 20 shallow circular cup-markings, ranging in diameter from 2 ins. to 3.5 ins., and as much as .5 in. deep.
Arch. Camb., 1947, p. 290.

Condition: good.

SH 22263453                              3 x 57                                     39 S.W. Unnoted

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