Tucson Artifacts

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What are the Tucson Artifacts?

The Tucson Artifacts are 31 lead objects resembling crosses, swords, and other religious related objects.


The Tucson Artifacts were found in Tucson, Arizona in September of 1924 by Charles Manier. He claims to have seen a cross sticking out of the ground by an abandoned lime kiln. It turned out to be two pieces stuck together in the form of a cross. When Manier broke the two pieces apart, he discovered a foreign looking lettering on them.

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