Artifacts from ‘Indiana Jones’ Are Now Available at Walt Disney World
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Adventurers and treasure hunters will want to make a stop at Disney’s Hollywood Studios to check out the artifacts from the Indiana Jones line of merchandise. These precious items can be found at Keystone Clothiers.
Artifact from ‘Indiana Jones’: Fertility Idol – $130
In “Indiana Jones: Raiders of the Lost Ark,” Indiana stole the golden fertility idol from the temple of the Hachapoyan warriors. Collectors can now bring home a copy of this discovery.
The statue is of an ancient goddess giving birth through gritted teeth. The head is significantly larger than the body, with very clear facial features and long hair.
Artifact from ‘Indiana Jones’: Sankara Stone – $80
The Sankara stone is a rich, molten orange and amber. The stone has a light effect within it as well.
Indiana Jones first came across this artifact in “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom.” Our charismatic hero was asked by Mayapore’s shaman to retrieve the stone and save the stolen children.
The Holy Grail – $49.99
Indiana Jones found the legendary Holy Grail in the film “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade,” an item said to have been used to collect the blood of Jesus, which gave it incredible healing powers.
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The description reads, “The Holy Grail, Dr. Jones, the chalice used by Jesus Christ during the last supper, the cup that caught his blood at the crucifixion and was entrusted to Joseph of Arimathea.”
The Crystal Skull – $250
Indiana came across the Crystal Skull in the film “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.”
The Crystal Skull’s face is a clear glass that shifts to opaque as the elongated skull continues. The brain cavity has an icy, crystalline texture. Perhaps this strange artifact is a bit too strange… perhaps even a bit alien.
What do you think of this museum-worthy collection? Is it worth taking the adventure over at Disney’s Hollywood Studios? Let us know in the comments below!