The Arcades du Capitole also known as the Galerue des Arcades is a series of 29 serigraphs (silk screen prints) on translucent material fastened to illuminated cases on the ceiling of the arcade of the Capitole building. Each serigraph measures 2.50 x 3.10 metres. The series depicts the history of Toulouse. Moretti executed 89 works from which the 29 were chosen. Moretti also installed a huge Occitan cross (cross of Languedoc) made of bronze measuring 18 metres wide and weighing 20 tons embedded in the square in front of the Capitole. This panel depicts a prehistoric figurine of the Gravettian period, dated to between 26,000 and 24,000 years ago. It was discovered in 1922 in the Rideaux cave of Lespugue (Haute-Garonne) in the foothills of the Pyrenees by Rene de Saint-Perier (1877-1950).