From the domestic structure to the social space. Archaeological readings of the social use of the space. The edition has been made by Sonia Gutiérrez Lloret, Professor of archaeology, and Ignasi Grau Mira, Lecturer of Archaeology, both with wide research experience in the Department of Prehistory, Archaeology and Ancient History of the University of Alicante .
An "impressive" Christian mausoleum, which houses a burial of a relevant person of the community, which can initially be dated between the 5th century and 6th A.C has been located in the archaeological site of Baelo Claudia (Tarifa, Cadiz). (Europa Press)
Works has been directed by Fernando Prados Martínez, Lecturer of Archaeology of the University of Alicante. The photogrammetry and paramental study have been developed during August and next months will be held graphic data processing and registration of documentation at the Department.
These days, the Area of archaeology of the University of Alicante, under the direction of Professor Fernando Prados, is developing the 3rd phase of the project General of research of the Junta de AndalucÃa "Death and funeral Ritual in Baelo Claudia (Tarifa, CÃ¡diz)"
The results obtained during four campaigns of excavations at the archaeological site of Peñón de la Zorra in Villena have been presented at the 17th World Congress of Prehistoric and Protohistoric Sciences by Gabriel García Atiénzar, Lecturer of Prehistory.
Informative series called "when Hellin was not yet", which aims, in the framework of the scientific transfer, disseminate the archaeological findings of several archaeological projects in the region of Hellin (AB) involving teachers and researchers of the Department of Prehistory, Archaeology, Ancient History, Greek and Latin of the University of Alicante.
The research team of the University of Alicante and Albacete Museum, who runs the Tolmo de Minateda works since 1988, resumed the excavation works on the 28th of July thanks to an agreement between the University and the Department of Education, Culture and Sports of the JCCM. The campaign, which will last for two months, will focus on the excavation of several sectors at the site as well as in other kinds of work of documentation necessary for the prompt publication of all results.