Inca 12 Angle Stone

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by Flickr User: Canopic
published on 12 March 2014

The famous stone from an Inca wall in Cuzco, Peru. The stone has 12 angles and illustrates the great precision Inca masons employed in ensuring their stone blocks fitted so well together that no mortar was needed. (15th century CE).

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