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20:29

Local

Almuñécar excavations unearth 15th-century and Roman artifacts

Jennie Rhodes

15th century and was designed to supply the town. Last Wednesday a series of engraved Roman washbasins were also discovered in Almuñécar during excavation work near the Cueva Siete Palacios and are thought to have been part of the town's public baths ... during Roman times.

12:52

Local

Medusa's got her head back

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

Perseus may have carried her head around half of the mythical world, but those responsible for the Río Verde Roman Villa weren't quite sure where it was destined next after it was vandalised in January 2016. However, thanks to the painstaking work ... times gone forgotten. Visitor numbers to the Roman villa have increased since the story made the headlines. Perhaps even more people came to see the gaping hole than the original Medusa. Between January and February this year, the villa has welcomed more

17:37

Local

Fuengirola moves to protect ruins of Roman baths in Torreblanca

Ivan Gelibter

Fuengirola council has bought a private plot of land in Torreblanca which contains important Roman ruins dating from the first century BC. The ruins alongside the N-340 were once a bathhouse and were declared of special historical interest in 2005

15:52

Local

Damage caused to Fuengirola archaeological site

Ivan Gelibter

Fuengirola town hall has said that the collapse of part of a wall on the Termas de Torreblanca Roman baths archaeological site has been caused by the roots of a large bougainvillea plant. It was first suggested that the damage to the remains of ... the Roman ruins, which were declared an asset of cultural interest (BIC) by the Junta de Andalucía in 2005, was due to the recent rainfall. Inspectors from the Culture department at the Junta visited the site last week to analyse the measures to be

12:03

LifeStyle

Why Malaga Airport is known by the code AGP

PILAR R. QUIRÓS

...airport is named after the Roman empress Agrippina: interesting, but wrong. It wasn't until June 2011 that Malaga Airport became officially known as Aeropuerto de Málaga-Costa del Sol, so combinations derived from this name would not have been

15:34

Local

Restoration of Marbella Roman villa mosaic gets under way

SUR

Experts have begun restoring the mosaic floor of the Roman villa near the mouth of the Río Verde in Marbella. The archaeological site was vandalised in January last year and the priceless mosaic head of Medusa was taken. Only some missing

15:32

LifeStyle

The enigma of the Roman theatre

Antonio Javier López

Many visitors to Malaga’s historic centre have had their curiosity aroused by the giant text written in Latin on the brown wall of the visitor centre next to the city’s Roman Theatre. The words reveal a fascinating and long-forgotten story about the ... triumph of an ex-slave that has only come to light in modern times. In the Roman era, the less money and power you had the further you would sit from the stage in any Roman theatre, as each audience member was seated according to their social status. If ... to this hierarchical rule. PAULA HÉRVELE After making his fortune in the ‘garum’ industry, (the local manufacture of a very popular seasoning sauce for fish), Publio rose up to be a benefactor of Malaga’s Roman Theatre. It is his story that is

12:30

Local

Roman burials can be found beneath nearby beach

Héctor Barbotta Marbella

The zone adjacent to the paleochristian Basilica has never been subject to archaeological examination but there is no doubt that it is home to Roman burials, after excavation work in 1991 uncovered three Roman graves beneath sand dunes which lie ... only 500 metres from the basilica. This means there is a possibility that the entire area between the basilica and the beach could effectively be a Roman graveyard. However, despite repeated petitions over the years from the historical heritage

12:31

Local

Change of venue for English Mass

J. R.

From Saturday 7 October, Lux Mundi Torre del Mar's weekly Roman Catholic Mass in English will take place in Caleta de Velez Parish Church of Nuestra Señora del Carmen, situated on the main street, at 5pm every Saturday.

13:05

LifeStyle

Sport, culture and St Patrick's Day

SUR IN ENGLISH

...artefacts from the Malaga area dating back to Roman times. They then enjoyed lunch at the Cortijo Casablanca Restaurante.