Summary: Two shield and eleven mundoes (all weathered) that were said to represent a hunting scene

Between the Basin Track and Euro Trig is a small site with two shields (both with two lines across the middle).

IMG 7699 LR Euro Trig Shields

There are also 11 mundoes.

The site was thought by McCarthy to represent “the tracks of two men who placed their shields on the ground, either a hunting or mythological incident“.

Engraving Euro Trig Shields Euro Trig Shields
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