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Piltdown Man memorial, 1938 Featured Print

Piltdown Man memorial, 1938

The site of the discovery of the Piltdown skull: the monolith memorial unveiled by Sir Keith Arthur on 22nd July 1938. The memorial was placed in the grounds of Barkham Manor at Piltdown, East Sussex, to mark the site of the discovery. Part of the inscription states Here, in the old river gravel, Mr. Charles Dawson , F.S.A, found the fossil skull of Piltdown Man, 1912-13'. The spectacular find was revealed to be an elaborate hoax in 1953. Date: 22nd July 1938

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

American national flag, monolith, phonolite volcanic rock, basalt, light forest of Ponderosa Pines -Pinus ponderosa-, Devils Tower National Monument, Wyoming, USA, United States of America, North America Featured Print

American national flag, monolith, phonolite volcanic rock, basalt, light forest of Ponderosa Pines -Pinus ponderosa-, Devils Tower National Monument, Wyoming, USA, United States of America, North America

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Mayan Monolith - Quirigua - Sky Xul in Jaws of a Monster Featured Print

Mayan Monolith - Quirigua - Sky Xul in Jaws of a Monster

Guatemala - Mayan Monolith - Quirigua - 8th century AD. Quirigua is an ancient Maya archaeological site in the department of Izabal in south-eastern Guatemala. This piece is Zoomorph P (which explorer Alfred Maudslay nicknamed The Great Turtle) was dedicated in 795 by "Sky Xul" and is a masterpiece of Mesoamerican art. It weighs around 20 tons. This side depicts a larger-than-life portrait of "Sky Xul" himself seated cross-legged in the open jaws of an enormous crocodile-mountain hybrid monster. Date: 8th century AD

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection