Cup and ring stone
The carved stone was discovered in the 1940s and has subsequently been buried under a replica to protect it from weathering and other damage. Another replica is on display in the Weston Park Museum.
Seasonal sundial stone
In March 2012, Daniel Brown et al. postulated that a standing stone at Gardom's Edge could be a gnomon of a seasonal sundial (indicating the change of season, as through the winter half of the year its north facing side is in permanent shadow) possibly dated to during the late Neolithic and early Bronze Age period (2500–1500 BC).
- "Gardom's Edge". themodernantiquarian.com. Retrieved 30 August 2014.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
- A possible astronomically aligned monolith at Gardom's Edge, Daniel Brown, Andy Alder, Elizabeth Bemand, arXiv:1203.0947, Arxiv.org, 5 March 2012
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