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Alford Image Library

Incised Stone
The Alford Image Library
Incised Stone

Another view of the stone that I have come to call "the ravenstone", and this is the surface with two interlocking ravens depicted. The lines form the feathers of the wings, two of the "mini cup marks" form the eyes and a clear beak can be seen (the second one less clear). The stone is so marked on every surface and even the overall shape is very odd and resembles a bird's beak.
Picture added on 13 September 2008
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Prehistoric stones and stone circles
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