NURAGIC AND ANOTHER ITALIC CULTURES

The Nuragic civilization was a civilization of Sardinia, lasting from the Bronze Age (18th century BC) to the 2nd century AD. The name derives from its most characteristic monuments, the nuraghe. They consist of tower-fortresses, built starting from about 1800 BC.
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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 15.5 cm, from the village of Sa Costa, Sardara, Sardinia, Italy. Nuragic civilisation, 5th–8th century BC. Cagliari, Museo Archeologico Nazionale (Archaeological Museum)

Sardinian bronze warrior C.700BC

Sardinian bronze warrior C.700BC

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, Sardinia, Italy. Nuragic civilisation, 8th–5th century BC. Cagliari, Museo Archeologico Nazionale (Archaeological Museum)

Italic civilizations, 7th century b. C. Bronze pendant in the shape of a woman. From the necropolis of Contrada Leonessa (Basilicata region, Italy) Melfi, Museo Archeologico Nazionale Del Melfese (Archaeological Museum)

Italic civilizations, 7th century b. C. Bronze pendant in the shape of a woman. From the necropolis of Contrada Leonessa (Basilicata region, Italy) Melfi, Museo Archeologico Nazionale Del Melfese (Archaeological Museum)

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 15.5 cm, from Sa Costa, S. Anastasia in Sardara, Sardinia, Italy. Nuragic civilisation, 5th–8th century BC. Cagliari, Museo Archeologico Nazionale (Archaeological Museum)

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

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

Nuragic civilization. Bronze figure of a stag. From Sardinia Region. Sassari, Museo Archeologico Nazionale Giovanni Antonio Sanna (Archaeological And Ethnografic Museum)

Nuragic civilization. Bronze figure of a stag. From Sardinia Region. Sassari, Museo Archeologico Nazionale Giovanni Antonio Sanna (Archaeological And Ethnografic Museum)

Bidder riding an ox, bronze statue, 8 × 8 cm, from Nuraghe Orcu, Nulvi, Sardinia, Italy. Nuragic civilisation, 8th–5th century BC. Cagliari, Museo Archeologico Nazionale (Archaeological Museum)

Bidder riding an ox, bronze statue, 8 × 8 cm, from Nuraghe Orcu, Nulvi, Sardinia, Italy. Nuragic civilisation, 8th–5th century BC. Cagliari, Museo Archeologico Nazionale (Archaeological Museum)

VILLANOVAN BRONZE FIGURINE | 8th Century BC | Price $14,000.00 | Villanovan | Bronze | Sculpture | eTiquities by Phoenix Ancient Art

VILLANOVAN BRONZE FIGURINE | 8th Century BC | Price $14,000.00 | Villanovan | Bronze | Sculpture | eTiquities by Phoenix Ancient Art

Sardianian Statuette of a Priestess | 8th Century BC | Price $18,000.00 | Sardinian | Bronze | Sculpture | eTiquities by Phoenix Ancient Art

Sardianian Statuette of a Priestess | 8th Century BC | Price $18,000.00 | Sardinian | Bronze | Sculpture | eTiquities by Phoenix Ancient Art

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