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originally posted by: Blue Shift
Looks like stars to us. To them it could have been watering holes, caves, good places to pick berries, huts where people in the tribe lived, sites of battles... any number of relatively mundane things. If it was stars, I would think that a good archeoastronomer would probably have decoded it by now.
originally posted by: Jonjonj
a reply to: SLAYER69
Thanks for giving me something to check out, google is now being hammered on this subject.
As it is fun to speculate, my money is on a representation of particle collisions.
Just kidding, but that is what I thought of looking at the image here below.
Above photo taken from here:
Cochno stone archaeology dude's page
Lots of research available in the links above too.
Im pretty sure the cup and spiral , cup ring , designs were prevalent in pict culture the triskele was the favoured motif