Ring stone

Ring stone

One of the stones of an arch that shows on the face of the wall or at the end of the arch: one of the voussoirs of the face forming the archivolt.

ring stone

One of the stones of an arch which show on the face of the wall, or the end of the arch; one of the voussoirs of the face forming the archivolt.
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A connoisseur can easily discern their genre while the rest of the visitors depend upon our knowledge regarding significance of each ring stone in one's life cycle, replied Mujeeb Karim, an owner of small shop.
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Around 6,000 cup and ring stone carvings can now be seen on website http//rockart.
All ring stones and intaglios had a special and significant meaning about which we can only speculate given the mists of time," Alan says.
He said that several artifacts were found in the chamber, including pottery, glassware, a bronze bracelet, ring stones, an engraving depicting a winged child, bronze clasps, a gold leaflet, a broken bronze figurine depicting a stag or a rabbit, two broken jars, a glass decanter and bone fragments.
Decades of scouring the countryside by Hexham scholar Stan Beckensall has uncovered around 1,500 examples of prehistoric cup and ring stones in Northumberland alone.
Hexham man Stan Beckensall has uncovered around 1,500 examples of cup and ring stones in Northumberland.
The locality is also said to have numerous footpaths, including St Cuthbert's Way, and nationally important archaeological monuments, including ancient cup and ring stones.
UNUSUAL DESIGNS: Cup and ring stones at Roughting Linn.