A Sumerian limestone triple human headed mace-head amulet, c. 3rd Millennium BC, the three heads radiating from a central spheroid with vertical hole for suspension, each detailed with large circular eyes, horizontal mouth, notched forehead indicating hair or a headdress and incised lines on bottom.
Elamite Dog Amulet of the goddess Gula. In ancient Elam, the the dog was related to the goddess Gula, as sacred animals. As the goddess of healing and patroness of doctors, these gold amulet dogs had healing powers.
Conjunto Arqueológico Dólmenes de Antequera - Antequera (Málaga) Spain - The Dolmen of Menga is a megalithic burial mound, or dolmen, dating from the 3rd millennium BC. It is considered to be the largest such structure in Europe. It is twenty-five metres deep, five metres wide and four metres high, and was built with thirty-two megaliths, the largest weighing about 180 tonnes. More information (in Spanish) http://terraeantiqvae.com/profiles/blogs/conjunto-arqueologico-de
Scotland The Stones of Stenness were originally a ring of twelve but now only four remain standing. It is believed that the ring was erected sometime during the millennium. One of the highlights of our entire Scotland trip!
Mesopotamian Gold Hair Rings/Earrings, Early Dynastic ML BC Spiral coiled times, incised and punched with rows of dotted circles divided by incised lines; mounted as earrings with modern gold earwires.