CHAUVET

Easter Island and Its Mysteries

 


 

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Figure A Figure B

The Queen of Easter Island meets Pinart in 1877.

From Pinart, A Trip around the World.

Natives and officers of the Durance on

August 1, 1901, in the courtyard of the mission

after disembarkation at Hanga Roa.

Photograph by Delabaude.

Figure C Figure D

Some details of the heads of the giant stone statues.

Images from Easter Island (1a, 2a, 3a, 4a, 5a,

and 8), the Solomon Islands (1 - 7, 11 - 15),

and New Guinea that show certain similarities.

Figure 61b Figure 66b Figure 71b

Bust in volcanic lava from the collection of Dr. Stephen-Chauvet.

Manutara.

Fishhook in polished stone

from Pitcairn Island,

now in the Otago Museum.

Figure 95b

Figure 143b

Figure 150b

A short wooden club, known as paoa, that belonged to the ancient Easter Islanders. It is 47 cm long and 12 cm wide at its widest point. It was found by V. Champeval,  from Tulle, in 1872

(expedition of the Flore).

Statuette from the early phase

of the decadent era.

Toulouse Museum.

A very recent statuette,

produced for export

(from the collection of Dr. S.C.)

Figure 157b

Front and back of the "Worm-eaten Tablet", known as Kecti [sic] from Jaussenís collection.

This tablet was given to the University of Louvain and was destroyed

when the Germans set fire to the town in 1914

(the photograph was kindly provided by Father M. Desmedt).

 

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