It is possible, as we all know, to say those sentences below.
It was given to me by a kind woman.
I walked on the top of the building with my friend under a moon light.
One common point between those sentences is that the prepositional phrases are not connected by a conjunction.
It feels and sounds natural to me to hear and write those sentences, but when I apply my logic to it, it always feels that there should be a conjunction between those prepositional phrases as below.
It was given to me (and) by a kind woman. = It was given to me and given by a kind woman.
I walked on the top of the building (and) with my friend (and) under a moon light. = I walked on the top of the building and walked with my friend and walked under a moon light.
It seems that all those connected prepositional phrases are the product of coordinate ellipsis: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coordination_(linguistics)
So why isn't the conjunction used? Is certain grammar rule applied to it?