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  • Laura Darr

    Statues of Easter Island (10th – 16th Century) Easter Island, Chile. Discovered on Easter Sunday, 1722 by Dutch explorer Jakob Roggeveen, this collection of 25 meter-high stone sculptures still puzzles historians and archaeologists as to its origins. It is believed that a society of Polynesian origin settled here in the 4th century and established a unique tradition of monumental sculpture. Between the 10th and 16th centuries, they erected the enormous stone figures, known as the Moai.

  • Emilio Clemente Guadalajara

    Ahu Akivi es un ahu con siete moais de Rapa Nui ( Isla de Pascua ) en la Polinesia chilena . El ahu y ​​sus moais fueron restaurados en 1960 por el arqueólogo estadounidense William Mulloy

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