One of them, "LIMOS. LItoral-MOntañaS in transition: archeology of social change in the southern regions of the Valencian Community", is directed by sonia Gutiérrez, Professor of Archeology.
3rd february 2020
DAMA Magazine's fourth issuehas been published (year 2019).
From 14th february to 12th june 2020
An spectacular decorated tomb of a 6th-century cleric has been found confirming the existence of a medieval episcopate in Ciudad Real
Two studies of the University of Alicante question the official version, built at the dawn of Franco's regime, about who found and where the great icon of the Iberian culture in 1897.
An ivory button shows business relations. The Bronze Age village can be visited this weekend for free
Castilla-La Mancha creates an archaeological park on the hill where a town was built that was inhabited by Iberians, Romans, Visigoths and Muslims and is unknown until his name
The fourth of five chapters dedicated to one of the most interesting archaeological sites of the end of Prehistory in the Iberian Peninsula: Herna / Peña Negra in Crevillente (Alicante)
Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3
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