Above: Possibly significantly, the two figures are
facing east in the manner of many Paleolithic burials.
The object in the foreground
in front of the smaller figure is a large sandstone
abrader contoured for a right-hand fit, possibly used in
forming the figures.
Below: A close-up of the eye, which consists of a bird
head image in which birds emerge from the beak (left
corner of the eye); there are other birds, the best visible of
which is the one at the right corner.