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The verracos are granite megalitic monuments, sculptures of animals that have been found        in the west of the iberian meseta  in the provinces of Ávila, Salamanca, Zamora, and Cáceres,  but also in the north of Portugal and Galicia. Over 400 sculptures have been found. The Verracos sculptures appear to represent not only pigs but also other animals such as bulls and bears. They were built by the Vettones (Celtiberians), one of the pre-roman people of the Iberian peninsula.

It has generally been assumed from their high visibility in their original open fields surroundings that these sculptures had some protective religious significance, whether guarding the security of livestock or as funerary monuments.

Some people think that they were made to show the people the limits of the villages, other people think that they had a protective religious meaning and anothers think that they are  funerary monuments. One of the most famous are the Guisando Bulls (in Ávila province).

Manuel Moreno-Torres      1ºD

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