Posted: 2017-09-11 18:57
The Griffin megalith appears to be a pretty good rendition of a bird of prey, and requires very little imagination to see the similarities. The dragon, on the other hand, may be an equally good example, but it is impossible to tell by looking at the attached images. The photo shows the Dragon facing to the right of the screen, while the line drawing (sketch) is done facing to the left. The photo is also blocked in an important area by a flowering bush of some sort which obscures most, if not all of the frontal portion of the artifact.
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