Galician Petroglyphs, Muros, Spain. Cova da Bruxa and Laxe das Rodas. Cova da Bruxa, which is translated as witches’ cave, overlooks the lower ground from a position on a steep scarp slope well outside the systems of valleys and basins. Its rock carvings depict a large number of stags, some of them with prominent antlers. The same site includes a number of circular motifs and possibly a drawing of a dagger blade.