Article «Golden Chief" Tomb Treasure Yields Clues to Unnamed Civilization».
For photos of the figurine on the first photo from above is a very interesting explanation of one of the ancient legends.
No less interesting is the geographical location of the location of this figurine and the locations of other similar figures, as well as the origin of the legends related to these figures.
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January 27, 2012
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