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Cuddy's Cave (Doddington)

Cave / Rock Shelter


According to Stan Beckensall,
"There are many similar named caves in the north, some from a pet named for St Cuthbert, whose body is said to have rested at various places on it's long journey from Lindesfarne.
Although motifs on it haver disappeared, George Tate has left an account and drawings of them and says:
On the scalp of the rock where it dips into the hill, four figures are traceable; but from being very much defaced, it is difficult to make out these forms, even when viewed under a favourable light."
fitzcoraldo Posted by fitzcoraldo
10th February 2003ce
Edited 11th February 2003ce

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