By Hugh Newman
Cup-marks and a pillar base at Göbekli Tepe
Top left: Cuzco, Peru. Top right: Western Italy. Bottom left: Alaca Hoyuk, Turkey. Bottom right: Casing stones on pyramid on Giza plateau.
Lapida funerary board from southern Costa Rica, with fine relief carvings.
Left: ‘Urfa Man, as Sanliurfa Museum, Turkey. Right: Statue in San Jose Museum, Costa Rica
Top left: Sillustani, Peru. Top middle: Cutimbo, Peru. Bottom left: Sillustani.
Top right: Pillar at Gobekli Tepe. Bottom right: The first artifact found at Gobekli Tepe, originally thought to be Byzantium.
A Chulpa tower at Sillustani with Lizard relief, Peru.
Top left: Totem statue from Gobekli Tepe. Top right: Statue at San Jose Museum, Costa Rica. Bottom: Culpa tower at Cutimbo, Peru.
Top left: Close up of relief on Lapped funerary board, Costa Rica. Top right: Gobekli Tepe. Bottom left: Sulawesi, Indonesia. Bottom right: Cutimbo, Peru.
Strange statue at San Augustin, Colombia, resembling a Maoi of Easter Island.
Left: relief on a platform on Easter Island. Right: Similar carving from Nevali Cori, Turkey.
The Fluent Magna bowl showing proto-Sumerian script
Tiwanaku spiral carvings
Top left: 9000 year old elongated skull from Zagros Mountains, Iraq. Bottom left: T-shaped head amulet from Kilisik, Turkey showing an elongated head. Bottom left middle: Statuette found in Sumer. Top middle: Elongated skull from Puma Punku, Bolivia. Bottom middle: Two Paracas Culture skulls, Peru (Ica Museum, and Paracas History Museum). Right: Female Moai from Easter Island, with long head.
Long-head statue from San Augustin, Colombia
- A. Collins - ‘From Göbekli Tepe to Stonehenge’ DVD - www.megalithomania.co.uk
- Childress. D.H & Foerster. B: ‘The Enigma of Cranial Deformation’ Adventures Unlimited Press
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