Julian Cope presents Head Heritage

Head To Head
Log In
The Modern Antiquarian Forum »
How is Rock Art aged?
Log In to post a reply

412 messages
Topic View: Flat | Threaded
5758 posts

Re: How is Rock Art aged?/Cupmarks
Dec 17, 2012, 21:09
thesweetcheat wrote:
Yes, it is on the big side. The one's on Harold's Stones are larger though.

The other thing it has against it (the cairn one) is the relative shallowness of the "cup".

Not 100% but a useful guide is that cups tend to be shaped like an inverted cone with a shallow bottom ,the sides aren't straight .
Topic Outline:

The Modern Antiquarian Forum Index