Elvis Archaeological Finds Revealed

In 2008, famous antiquities collector Graham Geddes of Melbourne, Australia, revealed his discovery of a 1,800-year-old marble bust that looked like Elvis Presley.


The 'Elvis’ sculpture is 2nd Century AD Roman acroterion – a kind of architectural ornament often found on the corners of a sarcophagus, a stone tomb or burial chamber.  According to antiquities specialist Georgiana Aitken: 'It bears an uncanny likeness to Elvis Presley. It's the quiff that does it.”

Ms. Aitken made other statements that caused quite a commotion within the archaeological community:

“Looking at this face with its Elvis-like quiff, strong jaw and nose, one is inevitably led to the thought that the human face, for all its diversity and subtlety, has after all an ability to repeat itself.”

“Fans of the King of Rock 'n Roll, seeing this face from the distant past will be forgiven for thinking that their idol may well have lived a previous life.”

This notion caused many collectors, archaeologists, and museum curators to take a second look at their collections and to do extensive searches in their photographic reference books to see if Elvis images may have been found in other ancient cultures.  

Here’s what they found:

Adalaid, Australia – Cave Drawing – 300,000 BC


Luxor, Egypt — Giant Bust Sculpture — 2,000 BC



Kyota Japan – Drawing on Rice Paper – 500 AD



Belize River Valley, Belize – Cave drawing – 60,000 BC


Sultan Kala, Turkmenistan – Stone Carving – 1,400 AD



Florence, Italy – Bronze Bust – 900 AD



Pylos, Greece – Marble Bust – 600 BC



St. Lucia, West Indies – Wall Art – 1,200 AD



Sagalassos, Turkey – Stone Tablet – 400 AD



Burial and Ritual Sites, Central Mongolia – Cave Drawing — 150,000 BC



Tiwanaku, Bolivia – Painted Stone Tablet – 1600 AD



Moon Landing – Rock Clue to Earlier Visitors — 1976


If you are starting to wonder if this story is on the level, take a look at the calendar.

April Fools !!!


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