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Arte Gótico. San Francisco. Viveiro

Arte Gótico. San Francisco. Viveiro

Arzachena culture. The Arzachena culture was a late Neolithic culture (4th-3rd millennium BCE) of the northeastern part of Sardinia (Gallura) and part of southern Corsica, it takes its name from the Sardinian town of Arzachena. This cultural aspect is best known for having built important megalithic structures, among the oldest in the two islands, such as the characteristics "circular graves" and menhir.

Grave of the giants, Arzachena, Sardinia-The so-called "giant's graves" were funerary structures whose precise function is still unknown, and which perhaps evolved from elongated dolmens.

Deer Stone from Mongolia - photo from Smithsonian Museum Conservation Institute;  The stones do not occur alone, but usually with several other stone monuments, sometimes carved, sometimes not. The soil around these gatherings often contains traces of animal remains, for example, horses. Human remains, on the other hand, were not found at any of the sites.

Mongolian Deer Stone, ancient megaliths carved with symbols that can be found all over the world but are concentrated largely in Siberia and Mongolia and are believed to have originated there. The name comes from their carved depictions of flying deer

Prehistoric Cave painting | 35000 years ago | Ancient Art History

The earliest known cave paintings/drawings of animals are at least years old and are found in Pettakere cave on the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia, according to datings announced in Previously it was believed that the earliest paintings were in Europe.