Cagliari. Museo Archeologico Nazionale. Estauteta de deessa mare. Cabras, Oristano, 4000-3400 aC.)

Cagliari. Museo Archeologico Nazionale. Estauteta de deessa mare. Cabras, Oristano, 4000-3400 aC.)

Neolithic mother goddess figurine, Sardinia, 5th millennium BCE.

Neolithic mother goddess figurine, Sardinia, 5th millennium BCE.

Sardinia, bronze sculpture representing a #Shardana chief

Sardinia, bronze sculpture representing a #Shardana chief

Bronzetto votivo (1000 - 700 a.C.)

Bronzetto votivo (1000 - 700 a.C.)

People of the nuraghi on Sardinia in the Cagliari Archaeological museum

People of the nuraghi on Sardinia in the Cagliari Archaeological museum

FOTO 20: L'Aaronne sardo nasconde il sacro segreto palese sotto il mantello

FOTO 20: L'Aaronne sardo nasconde il sacro segreto palese sotto il mantello

Bronzetto di pugilatore - Sardegna

Bronzetto di pugilatore - Sardegna

Collana di bronzo dal Nuraghe Attentu o Mela Ruja- Sassari. Bronzo Finale (1100-900 a.C. circa) - Civiltà Nuragica. Collezione Dessì

Collana di bronzo dal Nuraghe Attentu o Mela Ruja- Sassari. Bronzo Finale (1100-900 a.C. circa) - Civiltà Nuragica. Collezione Dessì

Museo nazionale di Cagliari bronzetto guerriero denominato "eroe a 4 braccia e 4 occhi" proviene da Abini-Teti

Museo nazionale di Cagliari bronzetto guerriero denominato "eroe a 4 braccia e 4 occhi" proviene da Abini-Teti

Bronze Nuragic statue, Iron Age  - 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 nuraghes. They consist of tower-fortresses, built starting from about 1800 BC. Today some 7,000 nuraghes dot the Sardinian landscape.

Bronze Nuragic statue, Iron Age - 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 nuraghes. They consist of tower-fortresses, built starting from about 1800 BC. Today some 7,000 nuraghes dot the Sardinian landscape.

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