Carved stone altars in boulder at Inca site of Intinqala, Copacabana, Bolivia
This rock is Rock 9, called the Altar Propiciatorio by Rivero in 1977. Note the near vertical channel top left of the rock for liquid offerings, very likely chicha which was commonly used by the Incas in rituals, possibly also blood and others.
Photograph ID: Copacabana2019.29
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