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16:24

Local

Marbella aims to recover further 30 million euros from corruption cases

Héctor Barbotta

Marbella town hall hopes to recover a further 30 million euros before the end of the year as the assets of Pedro Román and José Luis Sierra go up for auction. As part of sentencing in the Saqueo II corruption case, Román, the former deputy mayor

12:03

What to do

Malaga's Roman cultural past is brought back to life

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In 2013, the initiative to make use of Malaga's famous Roman monument, the Amphitheatre in Calle Alcazabilla, began. A programme of cultural events and activities has taken place every year since and includes concerts, flamenco and Roman theatre. ... birth to the death of Greek tragedy with Rafael Álvarez 'El Brujo'. u1 - 4 August. Naked Dionysus with Rafael Amargo. This year, from 11 July until 4 August, a new cycle of Roman plays will be performed in the ancient theatre. All shows start at

13:23

Local

Roman walls uncovered during restoration of Almuñécar town centre

Jennie Rhodes

The remains of Roman walls have been unearthed during major restoration work to Almuñécar's historic centre. Workers were improving water pipes and supply in Calle San Joaquín when the discovery was made. A number of similar discoveries have ... been unearthed in the town in recent years, including Roman basins, more walls and other artifacts. "This latest discovery adds to the rich legacy left by the Romans which we are discovering in our town," explained town hall archaeologist, Elena

14:03

Local

The Roman villa comes back to life

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Visitors to the Río Verde Roman villa in Marbella on Wednesday were transported back to the second century thanks to a theatrical performance from the Asociación Amigos del Teatro Ciudad de Marbella. Around 80 people enjoyed the performance put on

14:25

Local

Discovery of a pre-Roman settlement in Mijas excites archaeologists

Ivan Gelibter

...department, Juan José de la Rubia. The discovery of two ovens in very good condition, and other materials, indicates that this is “one of the few existing sites from the early days of the Roman presence in the province,” he says, making it a unique framework ... for studying the transition period between the Carthaginian and Roman worlds. In fact, De la Rubia says a huge amount of archaeological information will be obtained from the second oven, because it has been extraordinarily well preserved. It still

23:15

Sport

Blanco Leschuk inspires comeback win

Daryl Finch

Malaga's frustration continued into the second half, especially when Albacete won a penalty after Pau Torres clumsily upended Roman Zozulya who was only headed down an alley with no escape, minutes after Iván got away with an almost identical challenge on

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.

14:58

LifeStyle

What the Romans put into their foul-smelling sauce

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

Nobody really knows why the people of Malaga are known as 'boquerones', but archaeologists excavating at the Roman Theatre in the city have discovered that this type of oily fish has been part of the local diet since Roman times. In fact, in the 4th ... the recipe for garum from documentary evidence, but thanks to recent excavations here and in Cadiz we have discovered that it was made in various ways in different factories," says Manuel Corrales, the director of the Roman Theatre. Research has now ... Corrales. He also explains that coins have been found during excavations at the Roman Theatre, and have helped to date the time when the sauce was made there. Although garum continued to be produced in Malaga until the 6th century AD, it was stopped at

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