(Photo: Joel Skidmore)
"The roofcomb of the Olvidado is unique. Eight large six-sided stone merlons, equidistantly spaced, were set on stone legs, four on the front of the roof facing north and four on the rear. These large stones...all had two holes 20.5 cm in diameter drilled all the way through them like two eyes. Berlin proposed that these merlons represent owls, and Mathews and I agree."

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