A cup-marked stone from Dan-y-garn, Mynachlog-Ddu, Pembrokeshire, and the prehistoric rock-art from Wales

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Authors: Darvill, T. and Wainwright, G.

Journal: Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society

Volume: 69

Pages: 253-264

ISSN: 0079-497X

A small panel of mobiliary rock art containing two cup-mark motifs discovered in north Pembrokeshire in August 2002 is described and compared with other finds of rock art from Wales. Although the sites with passage-grave style rock art in north Wales are well-known, the more widespread yet less impressive cup-mark dominated panels found mainly around the upland fringes of the country have received relatively little attention. A provisional corpus of 33 rock-art sites comprising more than 37 panels is provided.

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Authors: Darvill, T. and Wainwright, G.

Journal: Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society

Volume: 69

Pages: 253-264

ISSN: 0079-497X

DOI: 10.1017/S0079497X0000133X

A small panel of mobiliary rock art containing two cup-mark motifs discovered in north Pembrokeshire in August 2002 is described and compared with other finds of rock art from Wales. Although the sites with passage-grave style rock art in north Wales are well-known, the more widespread yet less impressive cup-mark dominated panels found mainly around the upland fringes of the country have received relatively little attention. A provisional corpus of 33 rock-art sites comprising more than 37 panels is provided.

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