> By the way, just to be clear, my description was
> not about the monoliths at Sacsayhuaman but was
> about the smaller boulders in Cuzco and Machu
> Picchu. On one block I counted 32 different faces
> that supported adjacent stones. I do not recall
> seeing the inside surfaces of joints between the
> 200 ton monoliths at Sacsayhuaman. I'll try to dig
> those up to rekindle my memory.
This might help - I took this photo at Sacsayhuaman. Sorry about the poor quality, but this was 15 years ago, in the days of film, before I owned a digital camera!
The joints seem to have separated a bit, but it's hard to see inside to see just how they're fitted together behind the facade.
In this one, there seems to be a gap at the top left - though whether there's anything behind or not, I can't recall:
Anyway, see if these help with your discussion point.