Nuragic bronze figurines National Archeological Museum, Cagliari

Nuragic bronze votive figurine of a Nuragic warrior (ancient Sardinia). The late Bronze Age centuries BC) saw a vast migration of the so-called sea people, described in ancient Egyptian sources.

Sardinian marble female idol. Ozieri Culture C3000 B.C.E

A Rare Sardinian Late Bonuighinu-early Ozieri Culture Marble Female Idol Marble, Late Middle Neolithic, end of the millennium B., Allegedly from Riola Sardo (Sinis) H. Sculpted of a thick-grained white marble with two large bluish-grey.

Sardinian marble female idol. Ozieri Culture C3000 B.C.E

A Rare Sardinian Late Bonuighinu-early Ozieri Culture Marble Female Idol Marble, Late Middle Neolithic, end of the millennium B., Allegedly from Riola Sardo (Sinis) H. Sculpted of a thick-grained white marble with two large bluish-grey.

Archer wearing an oriental style skirt, bronze statue, height 15.5 cm, from the village of Sa Costa, Sardara, Sardinia, Italy. Nuragic civilisation, 5th–8th century BC. Cagliari, Museo Archeologico Nazionale (Archaeological Museum)

Archer wearing an oriental style skirt, bronze statue, height cm, from the…

Warrior with sword and bow, bronze statue, height 24 cm, from Monte Arcosu, Uta, Sardinia, Italy. Nuragic civilisation, 8th–5th century BC. Cagliari, Museo Archeologico Nazionale (Archaeological Museum)

Warrior with sword and bow, bronze statue, height 24 cm, from Monte Arcosu, Uta…

Archer wearing an oriental style skirt, bronze statue, height 15.5 cm, from Sa Costa, S. Anastasia in Sardara, Sardinia, Italy. Nuragic civilisation, 5th–8th century BC. Cagliari, Museo Archeologico Nazionale (Archaeological Museum)

Archer wearing an oriental style skirt, bronze statue, height cm, from Sa…

Nuragic bronze votive figurine of a Nuragic warrior (ancient Sardinia). National Archeological Museum - Cagliari, Sardinia. The late Bronze Age (14th-13th centuries BC) saw a vast migration of the so-called sea people, described in ancient Egyptian sources.

Nuragic bronze votive figurine of a Nuragic warrior (ancient Sardinia). The late Bronze Age centuries BC) saw a vast migration of the so-called sea people, described in ancient Egyptian sources.

SARDINIAN WARRIOR C.800BC

SARDINIAN WARRIOR ~ Looking closely there are swordfish on the two shields. The helmet has, what looks to me like, the eyes of a crab and the mask he is wearing has four eyes.

Nuraghi Sardinia

"I Nuraghi" - Sardinia - Italy

Statuette of a woman or priestess 8th – 7th century B.C. Sardinian The Princeton University Art Museum

centuriespast: “ Statuette of a woman or priestess – century B. Sardinian The Princeton University Art Museum ”

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