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13:06

Gibraltar

Europa Stadium works reveal artefacts from the 14th century

DEBBIE BARTLETT

...protected by a geotextile and covered, and full information about it has been recorded by archaeologists. This discovery appears to support documentary evidence that there was a settlement in the Europa Flats area during the Medieval-Moorish period ... (711-1462) and historians believe it was at this point that Emir Abu'l Hassan constructed defensive walls all the way to Europa Point, making areas which were previously unsecure open for settlement. It had previously been suggested that the Nuns' Well,

17:26

Local

Lost Roman past of Costa resort to be unearthed with dig

Ivan Gelibter

A six-year project is to be started in the shadow of Fuengirola's Sohail castle to discover a lost ancient town. The Roman settlement of Suel was at the mouth of the Fuengirola river and now a team of archaeologists and anthropologists,

18:14

Local

Fuengirola rubbish dispute no nearer to a settlement

SUR

Fuengirola's refuse strike ended last Sunday as planned without any sign of the ongoing dispute being settled. Workers of operators Urbaser are asking for better conditions and pay, saying the company has gone back on its word. Up to 65 per cent

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 de Acebedo

12:35

Local

The Roman splendour of Los Castillejos

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

...the team were eventually able to breathe a sigh of relief when they realised they had found an urban section of Los Castillejos, the first-century fortified settlement, or oppidum, of this Ibero-Roman site. "This is not a little house," explained ... 1.2-kilometre Iberian wall that protects the hilltop settlement. "Since 1993 we have not excavated anything here despite this being the most important oppidum from Iberian times in the province of Malaga," pointed out Bergudo, who together with the members of ... the Hins Atiba (Teba castle) association, pushed for these excavations. In the end they went ahead with a budget of 20,000 euros financed by Teba town hall. The settlement of Los Castillejos is thought to have been most important in the fourth and

18:18

Local

Malaga has "the best preserved Phoenician settlement in the Western world"

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

The secret to the origins of Malaga has been lying hidden for centuries at the mouth of the River Guadalhorce. The first settlement built by the Phoenicians on the coastline we now call the Costa del Sol was at El Cerro del Villar, then an island in ... the marshes at the river estuary. Now recent geophysical surveys have confirmed that this settlement is truly unique. “Before I didn't dare say so, but now it can be said that this is the best preserved Phoenician town in the Western world,” said ... the emeritus professor of Prehistory at the Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona, María Eugenia Aubet, who was in Malaga last week for a conference that looked at the past, present and future of the Cerro del Villar settlement organised by the city's

10:50

Local

Funding to turn Roman villa into a museum

SUR

...is one of five in Malaga province announced by the ministry in June 2018, will culminate in an indoor museum designed to showcase and preserve the settlement. The only other monument to receive money from the fund in the Axarquía is Vélez-Málaga's ... leave "an important legacy to show visitors the magnitude of the settlement and the importance of Roman coastal towns."

10:14

LifeStyle

Gerald Brenan's Yegen, a century on

Mark Nayler

This tiny settlement, located in the Alpujarra region of Granada's Sierra Nevada natural park, immediately appealed: he liked its isolation, its clean running water and the fact that it appeared as if it had been "made out of the earth by insects". ... were the only indications that I'd arrived in a human settlement. The fresh, clean air was laced with the scent of rosemary - also one of the first things about Yegen that Brenan noticed. In the 1920s, it was due to the fact that the women used

15:41

Local

What lies ahead for Acinipo?

MARÍA GARCÍA

Valadez. A piece of history Some people believe that Acinipo was an ancient settlement of what today is Ronda. In fact, it is known locally as Ronda la Vieja (Old Ronda). However, this is not the case. Acinipo and the place called Arunda, which is the