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Beautifully preserved elongated skull found

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Normally, intentionally elongated or flattened skulls are associated with ancient Mesoamerican cultures. But this exquisite specimen, which dates back some 1,500 years, was recently found at a dig in Alsace, France.

http://io9.com/frenc...d-de-1458835300

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You know what they say about cadavers with large cranial spaces...

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Interesting that it is usually? associated with Elites in the old AND new worlds.

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Interesting, it was done up to so recently that there are a couple of photos out there on the net, there's one on this page:-

http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread543193/pg2

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I wonder if he made his own hats.

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It was common practice in my culture too...so much so that my grandmother often tried to deform my head with hand pressure massages, hurts....but thankfully, Im only a partial slopehead now :)

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Interesting skull could be an et skull

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Try again......

He'd have made a great British 'Bobby'.........

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"Yus, it fits me little, pointy bonce quite nicely."

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Interesting skull could be an et skull

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I want one.......

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