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.
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Friday, 21 August 2015
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
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.
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Friday, 14 August 2015
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Tuesday, 26 May 2015
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: