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Excavations at Las Capellanías (Cañaveral de León, Huelva)

Excavations have resumed at the archaeological site of Las Capellanías (Cañaveral de León, Huelva), discovered in June 2022. The September 2023 excavation season is coordinated by Timoteo Rivera Jiménez (University of Huelva), Marta Díaz-Guardamino Uribe (University of Durham), David Wheatley (University of Southampton) and Leonardo García Sanjuán (University of Seville). The excavations undertaken this year are aimed at providing contextual evidence to understand the social context and chronology of the burials and stelae associated with them. This season’s team includes undergraduate and postgraduate students from the universities of Seville, Durham and Geneva.

Últimas noticias

  • Spain’s Copper Age Priestesses. An Archaeology Magazine Slideshow

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    Archaeology, the magazine of the Archaeological Institute of America (USA), re-launches its website with a new slideshow of our recent discoveries at the Valencina Copper Age mega-site. https://archaeology.org/issues/may-june-2024/#spain-copper-age-priestesses

  • LiDAR para revolucionar la Arqueología

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    El Grupo de Investigación ATLAS, de la Universidad de Sevilla, ha desarrollado diversos estudios de la Prehistoria Reciente con la tecnología LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) y materiales del Instituto Geográfico Nacional. El programa de televisión y de divulgación TESIS presentó algunos avances en su nueva edición. https://www.canalsur.es/television/programas/tesis/noticia/2055078.html

  • Landscape Archaeology Conference

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    Francisco Sánchez D. and José Ruiz F., members of the ATLAS research group, have presented the conference “Five Millennia of large Stones for the dead ” , and scientific poster “Space, time, territory and landscape in the iberian megasites of 3º millennium”, during the Landscape Archaeology Conference, in Madrid, Spain.