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:

Saturday, 11 April 2015

The Theory of Revolution?

This flint blade tool has much glyph content and some anamorphic art. Study all three animations carefully. Things that should not be missed are: the randy tortoise and two feeding fish.





Thursday, 18 September 2014

Prehistoric Clothing

This curios flint find is from my site and is in the more usual white interior, light brown cortex covered material. I suggest that cortex removal technique has been used here to produce this calving of a human arm, sleeve and pointing hand.


On the reverse side of the stone there appears to be a black tar or resin like substance covering the cortex, and some apparent scratches have removed this coating. If this substance has been intentional used, and is organic, then there is a good possibility  that C14 dating is possible here. I have a few possible examples of this, but iron pyrite is more notably used for etching and detailing, and I have far more examples of that.


Thursday, 14 August 2014

More Optical illusions

All images from the same stone as the previous post, yes the stone has more too!, here we see a gorilla walking to the left.
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 Very complex and vague imagery can be seen here, a good front half of a bear is traveling right, another elephant half can be seen facing right as well, i suspect a bison and maybe another lion, i cant seem to bend my mind enough to see them yet. Another elephant head can be seen looking left with trunk curled upwards. 

Same gorilla head different body pose, and the head of a feline? looking right.

Friday, 1 August 2014

Prehistoric Faces

There is a lot to see and take in here, so i have included some stills to make viewing more easy.
(above) The front of an elephant looking right., A possible bison shares the same eye as the elephant.

(above) a human face profile looks skywards a hominid face looks right.

Friday, 13 June 2014

Rare clear quartz tool finds

Unbelievable quartz pieces brought to our attention by Bruce Cox of North Carolina. Bruce says 'A boy, Travis, had found the first piece and  alerted me to the site, where i found the second very similar worked piece'.

These are some amazing pieces, and ceremonial use may enter ones mind as the uses for these very bling tools, on the other hand the second piece appears broken as though used, so maybe the use of the material is more a practical one?. The first piece stands 3 1/8 inches tall, the second 2 inches tall.