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Easter Island — Rapa Nui

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The Viracochas of Easter Island
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The Eyes of Makemake
Makemake was the chief god of the Rapa Nui people. He is usually depicted as a mouthless face with two staring eyes.
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Turi of Rapa Nui
“I took some of the people to be priests, because they paid more reverence to the gods than did the rest; and showed themselves much more devout in their ministrations. One could also distinguish these from the other people quite well, not only by their wearing great white plugs in their ear lobes, but in having the head wholly shaven and hairless.” — Carl Friedrich Behrens, an observation of a certain class of Easter Islander in 1722.
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