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15:07

Local

Archaeologists discover more Roman mosaics in centre of Cártama

Tony Bryant

Archaeologists in Cártama have unearthed another Roman mosaic in Calle Feijóo, one of five streets in the town centre where excavation work is taking place. The discovery is the fifth mosaic to be documented in the project so far, following sections

21:03

Local

New pieces of Roman mosaic found in Cártama old town

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

Archaeologists have discovered new segments of a Labours of Hercules Roman mosaic in Cártama's old town. The original part of the work was found in the same area in 1858, although the exact spot had been forgotten. The find came after the local

19:44

Local

Works at La Fonda hotel have uncovered the remains of an entire 16th-century church

Héctor Barbotta

Last summer archaeologists excavating beneath the old La Fonda hotel in Marbella discovered a necropolis dating back to the 16th century and the walls of old San Sebastián church, whose location had never been ascertained. Now, other items have been ... heritage of the town. Construction work had to come to a halt when these historic remains came to light. The archaeologists have found human remains in mass graves during these excavations, as well as funerary items and tools from the medieval period,

14:25

Local

Discovery of a pre-Roman settlement in Mijas excites archaeologists

Ivan Gelibter

A group of archaeologists contracted by Mijas council have just discovered a perfectly-preserved square oven which could be one of the most important findings in Malaga province. The soundings and excavations are being carried out at Finca ... has its grill and the adobe structure is completely intact. It is the first square-shaped oven to have been found in Malaga province. An oil lamp with the image of the goddess Diana is of special interest to the archaeologists.I. G. Sources at

14:55

Local

Human remains thought to date from Islamic era unearthed during works

SUR IN ENGLISH

...with the head positioned so that their faces are looking in the direction of Mecca," she explained. She added that further studies will need to be carried out to confirm the origins of the discovery. Navas went on to say that by law, archaeologists

19:45

Local

Malaga's Metro reaches final 100 metres of a 14-year journey

IGNACIO LILLO

...across archaeological remains which meant the works had to come to a temporary halt again. Two pieces of parallel defensive walls were revealed close to the Guadalmedina river, which archaeologists say were built during the time of the Moors. One dates

21:42

LifeStyle

The Roman jewel discovered in Salar

denise bush

...the wealth of decoration, have led archaeologists to believe that the ‘dominus’ or owner of the property was a member of the Roman Senate or close to the Roman court. It is also possible that he had interests in, or owned, the marble quarries nearby. ... Spanish history has been slow. Although discovered in 2004, funding wasn’t available for the first phase until 2006 and work was only able to continue until 2011 when the project ran out of money. In this first phase, archaeologists uncovered the ... archaeologists discovered ‘tubi fittili’ - tapered, hollow terracotta pipes that fit one inside the other and were used to make vaulted ceilings. Around this patio is a corridor, unique in that it has some of the most amazing mosaics seen in Spain. It depicts

14:00

Local

Human remains found at what may be the first dolmen of Antequera

ANTONIO J. GUERRERO

The project is being carried out by archaeologists from Seville and Southampton universities and coordinated by Leonardo García Sanjuan, who is a professor of Prehistory at the University of Seville. Radiocarbon and luminescence tests have indicated

15:20

Local

Marbella's pandemic past is uncovered

Héctor Barbotta

Sebastián church, which was demolished in the 16th century, 18th century paintings and a necropolis with common graves dating back to the time of a pandemic during which bodies had to be buried urgently. Archaeologists say this would have been in the late ... La Fonda, opening onto Calle Santo Cristo and Calle Bermeja. The archaeologists believe the necropolis extends quite a way beyond this site. The remains of at least 20 people have been found so far and there will probably be others. The same family