Recent works developed at the archaeological site of El Monastil have made possible to bring to light a new finding, the first since two years ago when were discovered kilns of Roman pottery which are considered the first industrial factory of Elda Valley.
On the 26th March marks one year since the opening of the Villa Romana of l'Albir Museum. To commemorate this anniversary next Saturday 24 will take place the II Open Day. This day entry is free and at 11am, 12pm and 13pm guided visits to the baths by the Museum's archaeologists will be held.
18 celtiberians helmets are at the center of a controversy between the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sporthistorians with archaeologists and historians, who require the Administration to react and avoid the sale of the pieces in Germany.
The Velázquez House and the German Archaeological Institute of Madrid organized, from 18 to 21 June 2012, in Madrid, the sixth edition of his workshop for young archaeologists.
The work will focus this year on migrations and foundations in the Mediterranean between the 9th and 6th centuries. The scientific coordination is carried out by DIRCE MARZOLI (DAI, Madrid) and ÉRIC GAILLEDART (CNRS-UMR 5140, Lattes).