Puma Punku is a very strange place, and blocks are like LEGO from the first look..
In order to research this fact, i began to create 3D-models of all block, may be it could be usefull for all who are interested in the ruins of Puma Punku.
Models I'm doing, based on drawings from the book "Die Ruinenstätte von Tiahuanaco im Hochlande des alten Peru"
(The Ruins of Tiahuanaco in the Highlands of Ancient Peru) by Alphons Stubel and Max Uhle, 1892.
I also use numerous photographs, if I have doubts about the accuracy of the size or measurement error.
In order to catalog the model, I introduced the concept of "Stubel Catalog", in which each block has its own number. For example, Figure 1.
The main objective - promotion of archeology, ancient architecture. And also to enable people of different professions to participate in the study of Puma Punku.
The model of each block is presented in two formats, Google SketchUp 7 (*.skp) and *.dwg.
Here's a ready-made model, the rest I will spread as I`ll finish them.
3D models of Puma Punku blocks
Edited by redfox11, 26 December 2009 - 07:47 AM.