Inca Reptile Duplicated on Pre-Columbian Painted Kero

Posted by Chris Parker
Apr 10 2007


This is an Incan Kero, a painted wood vessel circa 1430 to 1532 AD. The vessel features a carved reptile (or a lizard) which is duplicated in the painted detail. An incan warrior hunts a large reptile who loooks very much like the one carved on the piece.

The body of evidence we’ve accumulated indicates that man and dinosaur coexisted and that this fact has most dramatically been illustrated by numerous preColumbian artifacts.

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