Thursday, 10 September 2015

Standing Flint Blade with Subtle Iconography.

Two standing alignments in this prehistoric flint blade tool. The suspected iconography is subtle but numerous. As always ape like face profiles are present and no doubt those used to reading my materials will see other glyphs too. Red ocher etchings cover the stone, but artistic or symbolic usage here is unclear, they could be little stick men.

portable rock art

portable rock art

Wednesday, 9 September 2015

Orca and Elephant flint multi-tool

A simple Orca likeness can be seen heading both left and right, elephant and front leg, and a subtle bear or feline on the orca's tip. I would also suggest thumb and nail iconography. The flint is very sharp in places and would most likely have a very specialized use.
stone age flint tools
Stone age multi-tool

Tuesday, 8 September 2015

Translucent Flint Blade Tool with Birds and Bears

Many face profiles can be seen in this lithic implement, ape or hominid like faces being the most likely suspects generally. Both a left facing and right facing bear head glyph can be seen along with some subtle bird likenesses.

Prehistoric Artifacts
Stone age flint multi-tool.

Thursday, 3 September 2015

Lithic Topology

Some very straight forward shape and or petroglyph content comparisons, of finds from my site.
My old favorite elephant and front leg is here plenty, I will leave it at that for suspected iconic creature content, enjoy ;-)

3 of the 4 here are blade tools as well as poly iconic.

Wednesday, 2 September 2015

Elephant and Diplodocus?

According to that popular thing known as science, the Elephant and the Diplodocus should never have met, there is at least 15 Million years separating the two in the fossil record.  

Wednesday, 26 August 2015

More flint tools with ape petroglyphs and more...

These two stone age tool finds are from an unknown period but have a similar cortex grip feature. Ape like face profiles are present just like nearly all my other figurative finds, more can be found too! just pick a likely looking eye feature, and run with it ;-)

stone age flint scraper

Flint Tool

Friday, 21 August 2015

Mesolithic Flint Tool?

Portable Rock Art
Mesolithic Art 
This worked flint find of mine, was found alongside stone tools described by the Museums Services as 'Mesolithic' back in 2005.  Some face profiles can be seen, including a suspected ape impression, bird and wolf. Of coarse there is no record of an ape population living in the UK in the Mesolithic period. The beak of the bird head profile is a translucent inclusion in the flint itself, apologies  for not getting this alignment quite right, with some adjustment I believe more profile's will be revealed.

Tuesday, 18 August 2015

Bird and Wolf flint figure stones.

Two double sided flint artifacts from my site, both of very similar style, and in translucent flint material. Suspected bird and wolf iconography can be seen.

portable rock art

flint stone bird

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Friday, 14 August 2015

A Hidden Landscape.

Portable Rock Art
I don't often reveal suspected landscapes in my finds, hill and mountain shapes are often to ambiguous for a positive identification, as such. Here I have interpreted tree, clouds, sky, stars, grass, roots and cliff.  Not my only suspected  shark impression, but good details are visible, such as the terminal dorsal lobe  of the sharks tail ending, just above the tree.

Tuesday, 26 May 2015

Leaping Lizards

This prehistoric stone sculpture contains suspected dinosaur imagery, don't panic! as some of the more usual glyphs can be seen as well. The stone will only balance upright in the two positions shown and has many standard dinosaur profiles, also upright.

Another stone from my site, look for the suspected raptor impression  Below: