The Tuxtla Statuette by Olmecs Can Be Read by Its Libyco-Berber Script in Manding Dialect of Western Africa


Those dot-and-line symbols on the Tuxla Statuette discovered in ancient Olmec land in Yucatan on the Gulf of Mexico are symbols of the Libyco-Berber script which can be read in the Manding language of western Africa, certainly a great proof of ancient transoceanic navigation circa 1300 b. c.