Necropolis of Li Muri
|Location||Arzachena, Sardinia, Italy|
The necropolis, ascribable to the Arzachena culture and dated to the second half of the fourth millennium BC, it is composed by five stone cists, four of which are surrounded by circles of stones stuck into the ground that, originally, delimited the mound of earth and rubble that was erected over the burial.
Inside the cists was buried the deceased, probably individually (unlike the rest of Sardinia where the graves were usually collective), who was accompanied by grave goods including pottery, stone vessels, hatchets and beads necklace of steatite and gemstones.
- Paola Mancini, Gallura preistorica, 2011 p.17
- Paola Mancini, Gallura preistorica, 2011.
- SardegnaCultura, Arzachena,circoli di Li Muri
- Ministero dei beni e delle attività culturali e del turismo, Necropoli di Li Muri