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Many strangely "deformed" hominoid skulls have been discovered in Mexico and Peru. Other such skulls have been found around the globe, but this is the first time that the diversity of skulls within a small area (in this case the Paracas region of Peru) has been examined. Some of the skulls are very distinct, as if they belong to entirely different species, remotely similar to genus Homo.
Unusual Paracas skull supposedly deformed by binding the growing
head of an infant. The resulting domed head was considered beautiful.
Photographed in the Museo Regional de Ica.
The majority of people assumed that they represented an example of binding of the head, well known to be in fashion in ancient Nubia, Egypt and other cultures. But anthropologists have admitted that the shapes of the Peruvian skulls is unlike the deformity caused by binding.
Any conjectures that what these specimens represent are simply deformations or pathological cases can be hardly substantiated. Also, it is necessary to keep in mind that any pathological growth of the cranium has dire consequences for the afflicted individual at the early stage of the development, practically without exception. Nature is very unforgiving in this respect. All the specimens presented here were mature individuals.
Is there any correlation between Peruvian and Mexican skulls and similarly distorted Egyptian heads?
posted on Friday, December 28, 2007