16 November 2014

From the Limberg site, Beegden, Netherlands

From the Limberg site, Beegden, Netherlands
Collection of Jan van Es

The top portion of this stone may be interpreted as symbolic of the profile of a mammoth figure facing right. The mammoth may interpreted as cresting a human head, also a North American portable rock art motif seen on this blog in a number of pieces.



From the Limberg site, Beegden, Netherlands
Collection of Jan van Es

Jan van Es interprets a worked face on this stone and when turned upside-down, another face or two.

Stone turned 180 degrees

Jan van Es illustration of smaller face he interprets above the primary face in this orientation

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