THE TOLU FLUORITE
This close up view of the left side of the Tolu statue shows some of the engraved hair features. Besides the beaded forelock there is a line that follows the upper forehead hairline down to what could be described as sideburns. At the back of the head, there is another line that follows down each side to the back of the ears. This line also has another faint line that parallels it. At the back of the head there is also a very impressive carving of a hair knot that is the type typically used to represent a male. It's also important to note that some of the carved lines on the heads of statues may also suggest or represent some type of helmet or other type of headgear.