Ancient Sea-Goers

Sumerian shipping animals

The ancient Sumerians shipped animals from one country to
another. The image's art-style shows the Sumerians to be
Picts-Celts. Allegedly they shipped Caucasian Bisons/wisents
to north America's eastern seaboard, and European "red deer"
to Britain.

Sledge-boats pulling onto shore from icy waters.

This is the type of sled-double-prowed boats used in ancient
Scandinavia and Britain. The image is from a cave painting in
Scotland. These "catamaran-type" sled-boats could be pulled
up on shore and used as sleds to carry their catch. The people
had used dogs to haul and capture game. Note the Runes, and
swatika which was a major Pictish-Celto symbol, representing
dynamic, powerful forces of Mother-Nature's spiraling, universe.

    < shows men holding up Pict symbols of whirls shows sled-boat and wheeled cart being pulled by deer

      Men let visitors know who was in the area by their rock-art art
      symbols and logos. Etched, is a deer with a wheeled cart and
      sled-boat. There are also Celto-Pict Sun wheel symbols on the
      rock. These glyphs are found in Norway and northern Europe.


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