Denisovan Ancestry in East Eurasian and Native American Populations

12 September 2012

Flint bird figure from Buckeye Lake, Ohio

Flint bird figure found by Ken Johnston at Buckeye Lake, Ohio

Side 2 of the bird figure shown with scale


1 comment:

  1. Maybe could you post some more pictures at eye level looking at beak laid flat and vertical. I only ask ,cause it so closely resemble the most common design found here in Texas the turning eagle head/ bird flying . For it to be found so often and spread so widely it has to have great importance. The flying bird's ,foot belly, area is the eagles head's ,eye, if the stone is turned flat and looked at directly in front of your face. Your blog is the only of its kind blog that can help reveal this kind of information and gives it a forum. Any one out there finding these eagle heads?Ken do you see the eagle head or just the bird flying?