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Alford Image Library

Strangely incised stone
The Alford Image Library
Strangely incised stone

In the right light, this stone shows intersecting incised lines and an apparent pock-marking ("mini cup marks"?), which can be seen throughout in this photograph.

A very similarly patterned stone was discovered at Maes Howe in Orkney. Is this a comparable worked stone?
Picture added on 15 September 2008
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Prehistoric stones and stone circles
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