Ketley Crags

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Ketley Crags is the most elaborately carved prehistoric rock / outcrop in England – if not the UK. The motifs come from a tradition known as ‘cup and ring’ which generally gets attributed to the late Neolithic – early Bronze Age period (6000-4000yrs ago). A complex design represented by cups, multiple rings and interlinking grooves.
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Date Created 5/19/2009
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TonyErnst Over 1 year ago
Cool, do you know how old the petrogylphs are?
PGRic Over 1 year ago
Hello Tony, I've included some further info.
Douglas_Gann Over 1 year ago
Amazing work, both in ancient times and in Photosynth. Bravo.
dariusmonsef Over 1 year ago
Awesome. Could you geotag this so I can see where it is on the map?
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