Thesaurus Term/Concept: RUBBING STONE

Identifier 69818
Status Preferred
Index? Yes
Scope Note A large stone used by cattle to rub up against and so scratch themselves.

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Context Record
Monument Type MDE8975 Medieval or post-medieval rubbing stone or waymarker on Thornworthy Common (Monument)
Monument Type MSO11209 Natural stones west of Mounsey Hill (Non-antiquity)
Monument Type MDE8987 Possible prehistoric standing stone north of Ruckham Combe (Monument)
Monument Type MEM24492 Possible prehistoric standing stone on Kittucks Mead (Monument)
Monument Type MEM24497 Possible prehistoric standing stone or rubbing stone on Larkbarrow (Monument)
Monument Type MEM21896 Possible prehistoric standing stone southwest of Hantons (Monument)
Monument Type MDE20394 Possible rubbing stone on Kentisbury Down (Monument)
Monument Type MDE20396 Possible rubbing stone on Kentisbury Down (Monument)
Monument Type MDE20397 Possible rubbing stone on Kentisbury Down (Monument)
Monument Type MEM22406 Possible standing stone northwest of Horsen Farm (Monument)
Monument Type MDE1312 Post-medieval standing stone with benchmark on eastern edge of Furzehill Common (Monument)
Monument Type MSO11619 Post-medieval stone southeast of Knowle (Monument)
Monument Type MDE12864 Prehistoric or post-medieval standing stone on Shallowford Common (Monument)
Monument Type MSO11260 Prehistoric standing stone above Orchard Bottom (Monument)
Monument Type MDE1052 Prehistoric standing stone at Wistlandpound (Monument)
Monument Type MDE8966 Probable undated rubbing post at the source of the River Heddon (Monument)
Monument Type MSO6817 Undated standing stone on Hoar Tor (Monument)
Monument Type MSO7144 Undated standing stone on Horcombe (Monument)