This date derives from the work of Arthur Posnansky, who tried to apply archaeoastronomy to the site but did so in ways that modern scholars do not recognize as legitimate.
07 meters thick, and is estimated to weigh around 131 metric tons.
Later we see Eric Von Daniken himself make the exact same, totally wrong claim.
Among all the names for the areas in Tiwanaku only the names "Akapana" and "Pumapunku" have historical significance; both date back to at least 1610.
I said exploration not excavation.
The precision with which these angles create flush joints is indicative of a sophisticated knowledge of stone-cutting and a thorough understanding of.