The populations of this culture lived mainly in the Sassarese area and other parts of central-southern Sardinia. They still used obsidian to produce tools and weapons but copper objects, such as the daggers depicted in the Statue menhir, were becoming common. Lead and silver were also smelted. Their economy was focused on pastoralism and agriculture. They worshipped warrior ancestors and created megalithic monuments.
- Manlio Brigaglia-Storia della Sardegna (1995) p.43.
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