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Braes of Balloch

Cup and Ring Marks / Rock Art

<b>Braes of Balloch</b>Posted by rockartwolfImage © Brian Kerr 2009
Nearest Town:Aberfeldy (6km NE)
OS Ref (GB):   NN794451 / Sheets: 51, 52
Latitude:56° 34' 56.18" N
Longitude:   3° 57' 49.15" W

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In an area covered in rock art this stone is easily the most interesting and ornate . First described by the minister at Kenmore , J.B. MacKenzie in 1895, the "cups" are almost non-existent , and the motifs and manner of pecking are much closer in style to Irish passage grave and some Northumbrian markings . tiompan Posted by tiompan
25th April 2005ce

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Braes of Balloch on BRAC


rockartuk Posted by rockartuk
1st March 2006ce