Stones 1. A “rounded” menhir is on a squared stone, about 1600 metres above sea level. 2. A circle stones with a menhir inside, a path is there, about 1600 metres above sea level. 3. A megalithic stone is among other stones, about 1850 metres above sea level. 3a. It is a panoramic picture of 3, the megalithic stone is on a knoll. 4. Cups dug in the rock, about 2000 metres above sea level. 5. A large circular ring of stones, it emerges in a glacial valley with smoothed rocks. In geographical maps of the end of 1600 ac a point was marked with the name of La Pria, it was in the zone with this place. The modern maps don’t mark a called place “La pria” in the Ellero valley. About 1750 metres above sea level. 6. The same place of photo 5 from another angle, It is clear these aren’t smooted glacial rocks. There is a second circular rise of stones behind of this. 7. Steps on the right and a menhir on the left of the photo. Inclination depends on the passage of time but probably also from a slow inclination of the mountains toward north and toward east primarily (like an accordion). An incliation of the image we can see in the photo 3 of this section or in the photo 3 of the statue section. 8. Steps. 9. Steps in the same stone of photo 8. 10. A double curvilinear stair with a central cleavage. 11. Steps of various height. 12. Some rocks have a “triangular” shape with a smaller stone in the middle, like this one. 13. A lain down menhir. 14. A megalithic stone with sinusoidal signs. A sinusoid has two little engraving in its lower part. 15. A view of the megalithic stone of photo 14 in the Ellero valley, on the top there is the Mongioie mountain. 16. Some flat stones are alligned. 17. This great rock is internally dug. 18. It is a detail of the dug part of the rock of photo 17. 19. A big stone with a groove in its side and steps topside (detail in photo 20), points in the direction of another stone that is in detail in photo 21. 20. There are steps topside on the big stone of photo 19. 21. A well delineated stone with curvilinear sides and flat sides points down in the valley and toward east. It is on the same axis of the stone of photo 19. 22. Some blocks of stone form two parallel walls and paving stones. Some water flows from the upper side of the paving stones. 23. A heavy stone slab has smooth side and orthogonal angles. It lies on the ground and has a cavity beneath it. In this cavity is visible a stone wall against the mountain (detail in photo 26). 24. A detail of the accurate dry-stone wall that is under the heavy geometrical stone of photo 23. 25. The leafs underline a geometrical shape that has two little gutter in the stone beside. 25a: the upper side of this big stone has grooves in the direction of the leafs, other grooves are toward the left and right sides. 25a. 26. A layout of carved stones. In the lower part there are flat stones prepared as a cobblestone; the stones have right angles and are alligned. A big stone in the middle has flat surface toward the cobblestone, in its flat surface there is a sign of black coloration. In the left side of the big stone there is another carved surface with a sign of black coloration. Beside the cobblestone and the big flat stone, there are oblong stone that go bottom to top and have great dimension. At the top of this shape there is another big stone. The top side has a round shape. It is toward south, south_east. About 2000 metres above sea level. 26a. A detail of the cobblestone. 26b. Another angle o view of 26. 27. An architectural shape is analogous to 26. It is more damaged and near 26. 27a. Another angle of view of 27. 27b. A detail of 27. 28. Some large steps are in the right of the photo and there are some engravings under the steps. On the left of the steps there is a large smooth wall with some engravings and other steps-like stones low to high. These steps-like stones continue to the right of the photo with horizontal rounded longer and alligned stones: the overal image is that of an hand and his arm. 28a. In the smoth wall of photo 28 there is a frame with little panels perpendicular to the frame. Some pigments give a blue or red coloration. In the apex of the frame there is a round hole. 28b. In the left lower side of the smooth stone in the photo there is a little round engraving with a drawing of a man inside.In the right side of the smooth stone there is an engraving of a man with the head, thorax, two strong arms, two hands and the legs.The lower steps-like stone from this angle of view appears fingers and it is possible to clearly distinguish the nails. It is possible to distinguish the joints of the fingers in three phalanges, the metacarpals and the wrist. Other fingers are on the other side of the smooth stone. 29. A big grey stone is on a cliff and it is on clearer stones. It is near a pass and in front of the mountain with the engravings of the photo 24 in the engraving section. 29a. The big stone, in its apex there is a groove. 29b. A detail of the big stone. 30. Circle stones with a central stone. 31. Circle stones with a central stone. A larger stone of the circle is close to a little tree and near a stone with right angles. 31a. This stone with right angles has linear engravings in the upper side. 32. A red stone is inside a circle stone. It has smooth sides. The flat side is toward south. The east side has a groove. About 2200 metres above sea level. 32a. The south and east side of the red stone. 32b. The north side is smooth and flat. The west side has smooth grooves, the upper one is damaged. 32c. The circle stones with the red stone is close to an another little circle stones. Where the circle stones are close there is a larger stone and a little tree. 32d. There is a flat smooth stone in front of the west side of the red stone. 32e. The smooth stone of the previous photo. 33. A well known menhir is near a lake, it is on the other side of the mountain in which there is the red stone. They are at about one hour and a half of walk from aech other. 34. A lone stone upon a knoll. The stone has geometrical features. It is between Karst depressions. About 2250 metres above sea level. 34a. The north and west side in the light before the sun sets. There is a flat smooth upper side. 34b. The west side has flat grooves similar to steps or ledges. A stone structure interrupts in the middle the lower step. 34c. The flat south and east side of the altar.