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The following two subjects discovered during archeological excavations of clay platforms of the pyramidal complex of Uaka Rahada near Sipan on the northern coast of Peru in 1988 are almost surely not intravital portraits of the ancients. They time to the most ancient tomb of the "old chief" of mochica in the basis of the pyramid which is dated by archeologists approximately 100 AD
and, most likely, only reflect notions of Indians about their far grandparents which belonged to reasonable insects. Nevertheless, I have placed their photos below, because they - almost the only images of people-insects, having reached our time, which Hopi indians name by their immediate ancestors.
Together with them I place the photo of one more
statue from Easter island, apparently, made from IV millenary BC up to XI millenaries BC (before expansion of scale production of gigantic statues of "long-eared"). The kneeling being, described on it, strikingly differs from "long-eared" and, perhaps, is an intravital portrait of black inhabitants of Easter Island (Danavas-Kalakeys?) lived on it before appearence of "long-eared".