Tag:historic=stone

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Public-images-osm logo.svg historic = stone
Stein1811.jpg
Description
A stone shaped or placed by man with historical value.
Group: Historic
Used on these elements
may be used on nodesshould not be used on waysshould not be used on areasshould not be used on relations
Useful combination
Status: In usePage for proposal

Description

The tag historic=stone is a generic tag for all small stones for which we cannot use one of the following established tags:

+site_type=bigstone
+site_type=megalith + megalith_type=menhir

It is therefore used for such stones which are for example too small to be tagged historic=memorial or by its origin and meaning use of neither historic=wayside_cross nor historic=wayside_shrine is justified.

Also we use this tag for stones that are found in some specific areas, such as Ritter stones in Rhineland-Palatinate (Germany), conciliation stones in Europe or Pictish stones in Scotland. The further classification of these stones is done in addition by the tag description=*.

These stones are protected in Germany.

How to map

Place a node Node and tag it with historic=stone and name=*.

Tags to use in combination

Examples

Tags Picture
historic=stone
stone_type=conciliation_cross
collection=yes
material=sandstone
heritage=yes
conciliation stones
historic=stone
stone_type=conciliation_cross
description:de=Sühnestein
format=disc_cross
material=sandstone
heritage=yes
disc cross
historic=stone
stone_type=ruhstein
description:de=Ruhebank,Gruhe
material=sandstone
heritage=yes
Ruhebank
historic=stone
inscription=1811
format=squared_stone
format:top=flat
material=sandstone
heritage=yes
year=1811
Stein1811.jpg
historic=stone
stone_type=conciliation_cross
format=stone_cross
material=sandstone
heritage=yes
moved=yes
description:de=in Kirchenwand eingemauert
image=*
Suehnestein-eilenb.jpg
historic=stone
format=squared stone
format:top=segment-like
material=sandstone
heritage=yes
inscription=Verbotener Weg bei 150.m.
Verboten-stein.jpg
historic=stone
stone_type=coat_of_arms
heritage=yes
description=Stone Coat of arms
Stone Coat of arms
historic=stone
description=marked stone
marked stone

See also

External links regarding historic stones