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| Copt Howe |
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|Description ||An irregular, but clearly pecked design is evident on the face of the large smooth boulder, opposite and perpendicular to the main panel of art (area highlighted in blue). There are also a number of marks, which may be natural holes that have been deliberately turned into cup marks.|
|Andy B |
|Thanks Adam, is this the same boulder we have listed as Copt Howe?|
|Andy. There are two large smooth boulders within a couple of metres of each other that make up the site of Copt Howe. The one in this picture has less rock art than the main panel, which is to the left (and out of shot) of this boulder. There is also evidence of other markings such as cups and rings that can be found on the much rougher surfaces of the rocks and outcrops in the immediate vicinity of the two main boulders.|
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