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12:57

Local

New findings show that Neolithic Man in Antequera were cannibals

SUR

An interdisciplinary team in archaeology, anthropology and paleogenetics, led by Dimas Martín Socas and María Dolores Camalich Massieu, has discovered remains in El Toro cave at El Torcal, Antequera, which reveal cannibalistic practices during the ... Neolithic period, about 5,000 years ago. El Toro cave at El Torcal is a fundamental location for the study of the Neolithic period on the Iberian peninsula. There could have been violent episodes between family members, or funerary ritualsThe results of ... DNA testing on the remains found in the cave have shown first-degree blood relationships between two of the individuals and this, together with interpretation of the evidence, suggests as a hypothesis that this was a case of aggressive cannibalism

10:17

Gibraltar

Jazz Festival in St Michael's Cave

Debbie Bartlett

Ronnie Scott will be presenting the Gibraltar Jazz Festival in St Michael's Cave on 8 December and it promises to be a glittering evening with some of the greatest talent on the UK jazz scene, and a special performance by world famous vocalist

15:58

Opinion

The cave

PABLO ARANDA

In the cave in Rincón de la Victoria our ancestors kept warm by stuffing themselves with razor clams and cockles. We have known since February that the world's earliest graffiti artists decorated the walls of Ardales Cave more than 65,000 years ago, ... and now we know that 15,000 years ago they caught shellfish in Europe's only cave that originated under the sea. And if the tides were good they would occasionally get to roast a whale that had been beached on the shore. 15,000 years later and ... 10,000 kilometres away, this June, in Thailand, a master and his 12 disciples went into a cave and they could be stuck there for several months. Passion these days must be associated with football. After a match which we don't know who won, a

13:10

Local

Video surveillance cameras installed at Bezmiliana fort

VICTORIA BUSTAMANTE

Five video surveillance cameras have been in operation around Rincón de la Victoria's Casa Fuerte Bezmiliana since Tuesday. The aim of the 24-hour cameras, which are connected directly to the town's local police station, is to stop the ongoing vandal

13:00

What to do

The Cave festival in Nerja

Jennie Rhodes

The 59th Nerja Caves International Festival of Music and Dance will get under way on Saturday 16 June with a performance by African-American soprano and jazz musician, Barbara Hendricks, inside the cave itself. INFORMATION Where: Nerja Caves and ... and Ulf Englund, on guitar. There will also be a piano recital by classical pianist, Javier Perianes (Nerva, Spain, 1978) on Thursday 19 July in the cave. He will play pieces by Debussy and Manuel Falla. The outdoor stage will host the flamenco

12:51

LifeStyle

Stay Behind Cave

ASH BOLTON

Cave” were set in motion. At the time Germany was planning to capture Gibraltar from the British in a plan code-named Operation Felix. So serious was the threat that a top intelligence officer of the British Navy - Rear Admiral John Henry Godfrey - ... end of the war. By the summer of 1942 the cave was ready - and a team of six men were selected for the operation, an executive officer as leader, two doctors and three wireless operators. All six men had volunteered to be sealed inside the cave ... transported up to the cave to be trained for a day they hoped would never come. The plan was that the team could be in the cave within the hour should Gibraltar wake up to an unexpected invasion. Inside was a living room, three bunk beds, a communications

15:11

Gibraltar

Gorham's Cave in Gibraltar is becoming famous worldwide

Debbie Bartlett

The Gorham's Cave Complex in Gibraltar, which is a Unesco World Heritage Site, is becoming increasingly famous around the world thanks to recent high-profile TV coverage. A team led by the Gibraltar Museum recently began another season of ... on-demand service. It is understood that NHK is currently working on an English-language version of the series, which should be completed by the end of August. Earlier, the work of the Gibraltar Museum team at the Gorham's Cave Complex also received prime ... series, in which Gorham's and Vanguard Caves were included as sites which have revolutionised our understanding of Neanderthal behaviour. Professor Clive Finlayson of the Gibraltar Museum, who has been involved in the cave project for over 20 years,

15:26

Local

Ardales, the birthplace of cave art

FERNANDO TORRES

The prehistoric cave of Ardales continues to be full of mysteries, but the scientific community is gradually uncovering more of them. This archaeological site, which was forgotten for centuries and discovered by the first researchers nearly 100 ... years ago, has been the subject of a new international study and the results have just been published in the prestigious journal, Science. According to datings from the precise uranium-thorium technique, the wall paintings in the cave are 20,000 years ... the uranium-thorium method (known in the field of science as U/Th dating). This procedure, as Pedro Cantalejo, who is responsible for heritage in Ardales and for the cave, explains, “enables us to date the incrustations and calcitic formations which

14:59

Local

Nerja cave 'romería' party cancelled due to vandalism in previous years

Eugenio Cabezas

Nerja town hall and the archaeologist and conservationist at Nerja Caves, Luis Efrén Fernández, have announced that the party which is traditionally held on 14 May, the night before San Isidro, has been cancelled this year. The move comes after Fer