Arousing discovery about Skara Brae design

The Skara Brae ‘Lozenge’

A 5,000-year-old symbol from the Neolithic village of Skara Brae has been singled out by researchers as a potent symbol of arousal in men.

Following random testing of males in different parts of the country, it is claim that galvanic skin responses showed arousal when they saw designs based on ancient fertility symbols. Skara Brae’s “lozenge” symbol was singled out by the researchers as the most potent of all the designs used.

The incomplete symbol was found on a fragment of pottery unearthed in House Ten during excavations in 1930.

The survey has led to a reappraisal of jewellery market research, with new pieces now being designed in response to the unconscious signals being transmitted by the test subjects.

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