ArcheoArchitecture. The well temple of Santa Cristina (12th cent. bc) is one of the finest examples of the elaborate religious architecture of the Nuragic era. Santa Cristina can without a doubt be considered the most representative of the Sardinian well temples.
Phoenician grinning mask century BCE) found in San Sperate, Sardinia, on display at the National Archaeological Museum of Cagliari. It's an example of the "sardanios ghelos", the sardonic laugh mentioned by Homer and others in ancient times.