This is one of my first fun findings. Yet while I call it a finding, there is enough reaching in here that I expect ridicule. So I will lay out what I see and you decide if it sounds correct. In the image, it looks like a whale jumping out of the water and is completely airborne, something you might see at Sea World if they ever get the Orca’s to jump that high.
First I show the image unmarked in higher resolution.
Line 1: The top right corner is a circle with a plus sign. This is the local insignia of this people.
Line 2: From right to left, the first symbol is very faint. It could be Zayin. It might be Yod. If it is a Zayin, Zayin means “This” according to the Zellig Harris book on Phoenician Grammer. This is followed by L V. As I see the image it is a whale, it reminds me of the Biblical word Leviathan – the monster of the sea. I actually believe that this is what it is. Line 2 translates to “This Leviathan”.
To justify the latin letters of L and V, keep in mind the the Phoenician L has variants very similar and this same L is used in the Los Lunas Decalogue Stone. For the V, my only justification is that it is a match to the top portion of the Phoenician Vaw / Waw. In time with more samples, I will know better if this is correct or if it must be reexamined.
Line 3:The Nun and Taw are perfect matches to the transliteration chart for those two letters. The last letter may be a Zayin. If it is any other letter, the theory fails. If it is a Zayin, then it is spelled the Hebrew word “splashed”.
Translation: “This Leviathan Splashed.”