The Villa Romana of El Albir has again begun their excavations and have appeared the first elements: two large amphorae and a sort of bronze pot, with great value because of their condition. The amphorae have appeared completely apart, but are complete, which will allow to expose them in the future
Archaeologists digging in the Roman village of l'Alfàs del Pi (Marina Baixa) are bringing to light new findings. The fourth campaign of excavations, they found two amphorae and a bronze pot. The municipal archaeologist, Carolina Frías, unveiled yesterday these findings, on a visit to the site, located in the coastal area of l'Albir, along with the Mayor of l'Alfàs, Vicente Arques, and other members of the municipal government.
Two large vases and a bronze pot, possibly from the V and VI, are the first historic gift they have found the group of archaeologists and restorers working this campaign in the Villa Romana del Albir, L'Alfas del Pi.