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Meteor Shaman, San Rafael Swell, SE Utah; photo by John Mumaw.[Pictograph depicts a shaman holding a snake as spirit images fly about. JE]

Meteor Shaman, San Rafael Swell, SE Utah; photo by John Mumaw.[Pictograph depicts a shaman holding a snake as spirit images fly about. JE]

Spiral Arm Anasazi pertoglyph

Spiral Arm Anasazi pertoglyph

Sanxingdui Museum in Guanghan

Sanxingdui Museum in Guanghan

13" Bronze and Silver Human Head-Mask - Sanxingdui culture artifact, State of Shu (蜀), an ancient state in what is now Sichuan, China. Shu was based on the Chengdu Plain, in the western Sichuan basin. This independent Shu state was conquered by the state of Qin in 316 BC, but recent archaeological discoveries at Sanxingdui and Jinsha thought to be sites of Shu culture indicate the presence of a unique civilization in this region before the Qin conquest.

13" Bronze and Silver Human Head-Mask - Sanxingdui culture artifact, State of Shu (蜀), an ancient state in what is now Sichuan, China. Shu was based on the Chengdu Plain, in the western Sichuan basin. This independent Shu state was conquered by the state of Qin in 316 BC, but recent archaeological discoveries at Sanxingdui and Jinsha thought to be sites of Shu culture indicate the presence of a unique civilization in this region before the Qin conquest.

A 3,000-year-old bronze statue found in the village of Sanxingdui, China. (Shutterstock)

A 3,000-year-old bronze statue found in the village of Sanxingdui, China. (Shutterstock)

Sanxingdui Culture | Sanxingdui Culture, Sanxingdui Cultural Relics Site

Sanxingdui Culture | Sanxingdui Culture, Sanxingdui Cultural Relics Site

Disappearance of the Sanxingdui

Disappearance of the Sanxingdui

Bronze Figure With Elaborate Headdress Sanxingdui Museum

Bronze Figure With Elaborate Headdress Sanxingdui Museum

Sanxingdui Culture, Sanxingdui Cultural Relics Site Jade Carving

Sanxingdui Culture, Sanxingdui Cultural Relics Site Jade Carving

Disappearance of the Sanxingdui ; Researchers now believe that members of the Sanxingdui civilization — a culture that collapsed between 3,000 and 2,800 years ago — made the artifacts. Archaeologists now know that the Sanxingdui once inhabited a walled city along the banks of the Minjiang River. But why they left this city, and why they buried so many artifacts in pits before absconding, is the source of much speculation among researchers

Disappearance of the Sanxingdui ; Researchers now believe that members of the Sanxingdui civilization — a culture that collapsed between 3,000 and 2,800 years ago — made the artifacts. Archaeologists now know that the Sanxingdui once inhabited a walled city along the banks of the Minjiang River. But why they left this city, and why they buried so many artifacts in pits before absconding, is the source of much speculation among researchers