Digital George Stow
Institution : Iziko (no number assigned)
Size : 677mmx513mm
Description : Four figures of mixed description (one has what appear to be horns) and two are lying down. Three animals of mixed description: one appears to be a predator (resembles a lioness), the large central animal also resembles a predator (although less naturalistic) - it has a very long tail, teeth, a protruding tongue and patterned markings; the other animal is unidentifiable and also has patterned markings (could be a rain animal) with spiky protruberances along its top surface. "From rocks on Precipitous Banks of Orange River at Miaputti. O.F.S."
Verso : "94"
Description in published source : p.41: "9. Orange River bank, Miaputti, Zastron, O.F.S. 1/5 lin." "Apart from the orange and white lioness the animals are mythical. They are in red, grey and white. They are probably older than the lioness, as the tail of the more toothsome beast has been touched up with orange. The men are later and overlie this animal." (Goodwin)
Published : "Cave Artists of SA", plate 9