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Boe di Ottana, Sardinia

Boe di Ottana, Sardinia

Nuragic votive figurines - Nuragic Warrior    Bronzes of the Nuragic age    National Archeological Museum - Cagliari

Nuragic votive figurines - Nuragic Warrior Bronzes of the Nuragic age National Archeological Museum - Cagliari

young woman from Southern Sardinia

young woman from Southern Sardinia

Nuragic votive figurines - Nuragic Warrior    Bronzes of the Nuragic age    National Archeological Museum - Cagliari

Nuragic votive figurines - Nuragic Warrior Bronzes of the Nuragic age National Archeological Museum - Cagliari

Traditional festival, Sardinia, Italy

Traditional festival, Sardinia, Italy

Nuragic votive figurines - Priest in ceremonial dress    Bronzes of the Nuragic age    National Archeological Museum - Cagliari

Nuragic votive figurines - Priest in ceremonial dress Bronzes of the Nuragic age National Archeological Museum - Cagliari

A Sardinian Nuragic Bronze Archer by Ancient Art | The Nuragic civilization was a civilization of Sardinia, lasting from the Bronze Age (18th century BC) to the 2nd century AD.

A Sardinian Nuragic Bronze Archer by Ancient Art | The Nuragic civilization was a civilization of Sardinia, lasting from the Bronze Age (18th century BC) to the 2nd century AD.

Nuragic votive figurine - Offerer    Bronzes of the Nuragic age    National Archeological Museum - Cagliari

Nuragic votive figurine - Offerer Bronzes of the Nuragic age National Archeological Museum - Cagliari

Nuraghe Arrubiu at Orroli (Sardinia, Italy) - today and in a virtual reconstruction. This nuragic complex dates back to ca. 1500 BCE, but it was also used in Roman times. The wide stronghold  and the neighboring village cover an area of ​​3,000 square meters. It owes its name (Red Nuraghe) to the characteristic reddish color due to the lichens that cover the surface of the stones.

Nuraghe Arrubiu at Orroli (Sardinia, Italy) - today and in a virtual reconstruction. This nuragic complex dates back to ca. 1500 BCE, but it was also used in Roman times. The wide stronghold and the neighboring village cover an area of ​​3,000 square meters. It owes its name (Red Nuraghe) to the characteristic reddish color due to the lichens that cover the surface of the stones.

Cinematica 3D Nuraghe Arrubiu di Orroli

Cinematica 3D Nuraghe Arrubiu di Orroli

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