Statues & similar representations of occult & mythos-related entities.
Some have been discovered during explorations sponsored by the Institute, whereas other have been privately purchased over the years.
Statues & Statuettes
Small stone statuette resembling Cthulhu, uncovered in archeological dig in Egypt in 1876 and recently estimated to have been created in the Fifth Century.
Bone carving of Cthuloid creature found in occult shrine in England, and carbon dated to the early 17th Century,
This was found in Tibet in 1938, during the Nazi-SS Ernst Scafer/Ahnenerbe expedition, later aquired by a private collector.
Mayan origin, ca.1280 AD. Depicts a tentacled deity, whose name is represented by three glyphs which read 'cu-tu-lu'. Recovered in the early 1920's, at the Maya ruin of Lubaantun.
A curious effigy excavated from the ruins of Louvain Cathedral in 1919, by an New England doughboy, Walter Dunevin.
A statue fragment though to be of Eich Pi-El, High Priest of Cthulhu, from the lost continent of Mu.
Discovered during the 1935 Wentworth-Scheidegger expedition to the Solomon Islands.
A terracotta statue unearthed in the Mayan city of Tikal, during the Whitworth-Mendez excavations of 1912. The statue depicts a priest-ruler of Tikal, wearing a Cthulhu headdress.