Ursel Benekendorff the vanguard of Prehistoric artworks, has recognized the iconography in my finds as clear and common motif's that are repeated throughout her own extensive studies. The similarities between her own stone artwork finds, and my own, simply cannot be ignored. My visual interpretations (exclusively originally) were made without knowing the existence of this figurative symbolism, and any knowledge of Ursel's amazing stone finds. In other words we independently found artifacts depicting the exact same subjects, in the exact same poses, repeatedly, and in no way exclusively to just myself's and Ursel's materials.
Work needs to be done in the British Professional Archaeology community, to educate skeptics and non- believers to the existence of these beautiful and ancient, communication tools.
These pieces will teach us more about our ancestors and there environment than any amount of gold coins.
For those of you in the wider community who wish to find similar stones I wouldn't be surprised if you found one of these artworks in your own back garden. If you have at least one good elephant head in your stone and any other animal head form in profile, you may well have your own example. Most stones will not look anything like mine, many are in pebble form or other medium, some of the basic words can be found in every stone, them being elephant, ape, horse, springbok, rabbit, boar, wolf, cow,fish, lion, bear, and wizard! all in head profile, a whole bird, whole fish, whole buffalo/bison and the humps of whales and strutting gorillas, you would have to check Ursels site for any more!. If you have flint blades and scrapers you may well already have some of these fascinating artworks, look for the ape profile in the blade. A large chip, then medium then a set of chips getting slowly smaller can signify an elephant head in your blade, these I believe are prolific but very few have noticed them.