Bronze Age Cup Marked Rock (PRAWR 215)
Addingham Moorside, West Yorkshire OS Map Ref SE09304701
OS Maps - Landranger 104 (Leeds & Bradford), Explorer 297 (Lower Wharfedale & Washburn Valley)
The Anvil Rock looking to the northwest
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medium sized triangular flat slab that perches on top of a pile of rocks
with its tip pointing to the northeast. It stands to the west of the Swastika Stone along
the same track that follows the northern edge of Rombalds Moor above
the River Wharf.
Its worn surface has several cups although it is difficult to say which are man made and which are natural. As with the other carved stones in this area it has fine views across the Wharf Valley.
PRAWR = Prehistoric Rock Art of the West Riding (Boughey and Vickerman 2003)
See also Ilkley Moor & Rombald's Moor Introduction
Carvings Date: Bronze Age
Cup marks on the upper surface of the Anvil Rock.
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