NURAGHI, round stone towers found on the Italian island of Sardinia (‘Sardegna’) which were ‘built without mortar in prehistoric times. Examples are the group at Serra Orrios east of Nuoro and the Nuraghi Losa, Santa Barbara, and Sant’Antine between Oristano and Sassari (Burton Anderson, 1990, p295).

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