ERA Website Credits
The ERA website was created as part of the NADRAP Project (Acknowledgements), and builds on and incorporates much of the content of the Beckensall Archive website (Acknowledgements).
Except where specified the text was written by Kate Sharpe (NADRAP, Project Officer) and Aron Mazel (Beckensall Archive of Northumberland Rock Art, Project Manager).
The images in the banner were generously provided by Brian Kerr (see http://www.briankerrphotography.co.uk/). Other images are courtesy of: The NADRAP Volunteers & Project Team, Aron Mazel and Stan Beckensall (Beckensall Archive Project), Paul Bryan (English Heritage), Graham Lee (North York Moors National Park), and Al Oswald (English Heritage).
This website was built by Stewart Waller, Michael Charno and Jon Bateman (Archaeology Data Service), based on initial designs by Heritage Media. The ERA logo and brochure were designed by Braybridge (North) Ltd.
The ERA database merges data from the NADRAP Project and the Beckensall Archive. The combined data structure was developed and refined by Kate Sharpe (NADRAP) and Aron Mazel (Beckensall Archive), and constructed by Stewart Waller and Michael Charno (Archaeology Data Service).
For rock art in Northumberland, the ERA database provides access to data and visual media collected by the NADRAP volunteers and also to records and images from the Beckensall Archive, collected by Stan Beckensall and Aron Mazel. A significant period may have elapsed between the collection of these sources and records of the same panel may differ due to erosion or cover with vegetation; some may have been destroyed or lost. The availability of two records of different dates provides a unique opportunity to observe how panels may have changed over time. Thanks are due to Aron Mazel, Horacio Ayestaran and Stan Beckensall for their assistance in making this possible.
Records for rock art in County Durham were all created by the NADRAP volunteers.