Archetypes in Dilmun trade seals, Egyptian cylinder seals and cotton spindles

Some trade seal stamps from Bahrain, of Dilmun culture; some rare pre-dynastic Egyptian cylinder seals; and some late Egyptian cotton spindle ‘buttons’, are among the 50 seals and stamps used to demonstrate that miniature artworks and ancient logos subconsciously express the universal five layers of culture, identical to larger artworks, but with a few structuralist compromises (for often having fewer than the minimum twelve eyes). Here is an extract from Stoneprint Journal 5 (where 30 of the 50 ancient miniature artefacts are demonstrated, and statistics of the average frequencies of typological features are expanded).


Introduction to Mindprint, the subconscious art code

In artefacts and artworks, where archaeo astronomers see ancient star maps, archaeologists see cultural traditions, and anthropologists see initiation secrets, appear a standard axial grid of archetypes, always in the same sequence. This posts introduces the five layers of features revealed by structuralist analysis of artworks,