Incan skulls showing evidence of practiced brain surgery.
The Incan people practiced brain surgery, in which a piece was chipped out of the skull, part of the brain removed, and the hole covered by metal beaten flat.
Photo courtesy & taken by Thomas Quine

Incan skulls showing evidence of practiced brain surgery.

The Incan people practiced brain surgery, in which a piece was chipped out of the skull, part of the brain removed, and the hole covered by metal beaten flat.

Photo courtesy & taken by Thomas Quine

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