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Crystal skulls have been examined by mainstrean archaeologists.

Published papers include:

Sax, M., Walsh, J.M., Freestone, I.C., Rankin, A.H. and Meeks, N.D.,
2008. The origins of two purportedly pre-Columbian Mexican
crystal skulls. Journal of Archaeological Science, 35(10), pp.2751-2760.

Calligaro, T., Coquinot, Y., Reiche, I., Castaing, J., Salomon, J., Ferrand,
G. and Le Fur, Y., 2009. Dating study of two rock crystal carvings by
surface microtopography and by ion beam analyses of hydrogen.
Applied Physics A, 94(4), pp.871-878.

There is a new book that involves crystal skulls. It is:

Jane MacLaren Walsh and Brett Toping, 2019. The man who invented
Aztec Crystal Skulls. The adventures of Eugène Boban New York-
Oxford, Berghahn, 2019. ISBN 978-1-78920-095-9

There is a review of it:

Sellen, A., 2019. The Man Who Invented Aztec Crystal Skulls:
The Adventures of Eugène Boban. Jane Maclearn Walsh and
Brett Topping. 2019. Berghahn Books, New York. xvii+ 312 pp.
$130.00 (hardback), ISBN 978-1-78920-095-9 (ebook). Latin '
American Antiquity, 30(3), pp.664-665


Paul H.

"The past is never dead. It's not even past."
William Faulkner, Act 1, Scene III, Requiem for a Nun (1951)

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