The Pokotia Monolith (also known as the Pokotia Monument) is a stone statue excavated from the pre-Incan site of Pokotia in 1960 6 km (4 mi) from Tiwanaku in Bolivia. In December 2001 inscriptions and patterns on the front and back of the statue were photographed by a team led by the Bolivian archaeologist Bernardo Biados.[unreliable source?]
- Teames, Sally (2002). "Signs of h Carinae Outburst in Artifacts of Ancient Bolivia" (PDF). The Journal of the American Association Of Variable Star Observers. 31. Retrieved 22 November 2010.
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