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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

11:46

LifeStyle

The Thyssen begins its journey to Ancient Rome

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

During the construction of the art gallery, Roman ruins were discovered below the ground where the Carmen Thyssen Museum now lies. It was a whole archaeological site, whose origins date from the first century up to the fifth, that could not be ... visitors discover this unique Roman room while they walk around it. Given its susceptibility to flooding, the area will be closed to the public during periods of heavy rain“It's more than just a house. I prefer to compare these remains with a farm from ... the Roman Era, because in this one space there is a production unit, and there is a smarter area where the shopkeeper would have lived, plus an area for making salted and preserved fish and even a shop where they can be sold,” explains Rafael Pozo, the

14:57

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Festival of a Christian martyr

Tony Bryant

...according to traditional belief, was killed during the Roman emperor Diocletian's persecution of Christians in the third century. He is commonly depicted in art and literature tied to a post or tree and shot with arrows. The main event takes place on

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

12:31

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.

11:45

LifeStyle

12 January 1591: Birth of 17th century baroque artist, Jusepe de Ribera

TONY BRYANT

...the poor young art student drawing frescoes on a Roman palace. Ribera is said to have rejected the offer of the cardinal's support, claiming he needed the stimulus of necessity in order to produce his art. He remained fiercely proud of his Hispanic

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

14:59

LifeStyle

Discovering the oldest cases of breast cancer and multiple myeloma

V. N. J.

...mummies, in this case from the Roman period. Reconstruction with special software has allowed them to investigate every detail of these mummies: one is of a nine-year-old boy, another of a teenage girl. While the older mummies affected by cancer have been ... reduced to bones and bandage heaps, these were intact, indicating that, over time, the ancient Egyptians changed their embalming methods. They only began to use the methods described by Greek historian Herodoto in the Roman period, from 10 BC. Images of ... could be found in the Roman era mummies, so their most probable cause of death was an acute infection, given that this type of illness, if uncured, goes away after death and would not leave traces on the bones. In Ancient Egypt this was the most common

11:02

Local

Malaga park's parrot invasion continues as new species is discovered

IGNACIO LILLO

...through the trees and they have a chick in their nest. They were discovered by Antonio Román, an ornithologist and lecturer in the Animal Biology Department of Malaga university. The Scaly-headed parrot originates from South America and the discovery, ... the chick during a field trip with a group of students,” explained Román. Including this new find, there are now four species of parrot breeding in Malaga city. The most numerous is the Monk parakeet, with more than 4,000 examples. Next is the ... number of rubber trees (ficus) and Erythrinas (whose flowers the birds feed on) offer an “endless supply of food”, said Román. Lentils and rice are given to them by locals and the parrots compete with the pigeons for food from the bins. Although the