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Corby's Crags Rock Shelter

Cave / Rock Shelter

<b>Corby's Crags Rock Shelter</b>Posted by rockandy
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<b>Corby's Crags Rock Shelter</b>Posted by rockandy
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Corby's Crags Rock Shelter (Cave / Rock Shelter) by rockandy Shallow basin and groove that follows a vein in the rock and runs down the floor of the shelter to part where Stan Beckensall excavated a cremation burial in a food vessel of c.2000 BC. Stan describes the groove as having been pecked with a hard stone tool. The basin has been roughened possibly to hold a wooden upright (other metal-cut post holes are present) and the gutter may have been originally cut as a drainage channel.
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Posted by rockandy
16th December 2005ce
Edited 17th December 2005ce
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