In the Egyptian Hierakonpolis Grave 100 mural of immigration and battle scenes, structuralist art analysis using the mindprint model, reveals three adjacent expressions of the standard, universal, roughly oval sequence of typological characters, with their eyes on an axial grid; each with a tri-polar centre; oriented relative to the age of the cultural framework.
All paintings, including of King Solomon’s Judgement, of the two mothers disputing one baby under threat of a sword, express the standard set of subconscious archetypal figures, named mindprint. See structural analyses of five such artworks below.
Type 12/13 Heart or Leo is often felid (lion, tiger, puma); and/or inverted (particularly at type 12 Leo); and/or carries a weapon as a lord of life and death; and/or equid (horse, ambiguous with his opposite type 5 Priest or Aquarius). Here are examples of structuralist analysis in rock art, Indian art, and Egyptian religious art.