This statue was found in a cave near where some of the oldest archaeological sites on ‘El’ were location. It is believes to be a great leader or deity that was worshiped. The cave may have been a crude temple from when humans first arrived on ‘El’ and began to establish themselves.
This drawing was found against an upper portion of a wall during excavation of the upper floor of a house in the archaeological site designated Settlement Alpha. It is believed to be artwork depicting a form of transportation. Archaeologists speculate that the transportation style was reserved for the wealthy or for performers and scientists, as the method appears to be an unstable travel method, but was deemed worthy of display.
Item: Framed Drawing 001
Date: Mittelsommer 06, 10363
Location: EB 02 E90 S12 D118
Description: Framed Drawing of an orb with a basket underneath (30cm wide, 20cm tall)
This portrait was found on a piece of large paper in the walls of a house in an abandoned human settlement titled Settlement Alpha. It was packed into the walls with other, unreadable pages. The writing below the image was indecipherable, but scholars’ best guess is that it’s a wanted poster for this individual. Further excavations may reveal more information.
Item: Wanted Poster 001
Date: Mittelsommer 04, 10363
Location: EB 01 E87 S6 D78
Description: 18cm wide, 26cm tall portrait on paper
JV, MF, NZ
This portrait was found in a wallet during excavation of the upper floor of a house in the archaeological site designated Settlement Alpha.
Item: Wallet Photo 001
Date: Mittelsommer 02, 10363
Location: EB 01 E12 S43 D179
Description: leather wallet with crumbled paper and one photograph (1inch wide, 2inch tall)
EJ, LQ, LC, TJ