|Zimbabwe stands out because the girl keeps her brother (is he?) off the road.
In the other countries she drags the boy on to the highway.
A clear sign that early France and Spain were
right to let the boy guide the girl.
||The biggest person protects the little one: the usual case.
But here in southern Africa, the girl is in control.
As demonstrated by Zimbabwe, it has nothing to do
with one artist deviating from the rules. Ha!, that's
easy then: it had to be rooted in a matriarchal society.
But later finds in Finland,
Great Britain, Egypt and Iceland
and the existence of a UK-family of roadsigns
show the need for further research into why the female takes