Prehistoric funeral architecture.
The 'Naveta' was a collective tomb from the pre-talaiot period.
It consists of 2 chambers: an ossuary and an enclosure for funeral offerings. Its floor plan has an elongated horseshoe shape and access is by two doors. From the antechamber you can go up to the upper floor of this building, which received the name of 'naveta' because from the outside it resembles an overturned ship.
Construction: Taulas, talayots and navetas
Origin: Bronze Age
Artistic period: Prehistory
Historic period: Bronze Age
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