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"Jail" welcomes today's presentation of the latest innovations produced by the "Bastida Project" (18/01/2016)

The Socio-Cultural Center "Jail" welcomed Monday, the 18th, from 18:00, the public presentation of the book entitled "Early research in La Bastida (1869-2005)", the talk will be given by Rafael Micó, Roberto Risch and Eve Celdrán, members of the "Bastida Project", which promotes the Autonomous University of Barcelona.

In this volume a wealth of documentation is collected in the form of texts, documents and photographs from the excavations and scientific analyzes focused on this city of the Bronze Age.

Throughout nearly 1,600 pages, a journey through the history of a key archaeological site in the context of European prehistory and in a way, a review of the ways of doing archeology in our country since the birth of this science offers .

The second important aspect of the presentation will focus on various initiatives to promote the archaeological heritage of Totana, as far as the Bronze Age is concerned.

The first is to announce the works of consolidation of deposit Strip Canvas, which just concluded and which constitute a step ahead of this important center argárica time can be visited by the general public.

Promoting cultural development Espuña

On the other hand, an initiative entitled "Route Argárica Espuña", which aims to promote cultural and economic development of the regions of Espuña environment through its rich archaeological heritage is presented.

This initiative has resulted in the publication of two archaeological guides, one of which is dedicated entirely to the deposits of La Bastida and Canvas Strip.

This synthetic paper offers an enjoyable and richly illustrated of the most significant discoveries in both deposits vision.

His reading allows to know the main achievements of the research conducted since 2009 under the "Bastida Project", from the spectacular and sometimes monumental stone buildings of more than 4000 years old, to the fascinating and enigmatic tombs and funerary ritual they made sense, through hundreds of ceramics, bone and metal whose study continues today.

"Route Argárica Espuña" also has a Web site recently opened, which aims to make accessible information, events and news about the argárica archeology of Murcia and landscaped, recreational and cultural values ​​of the regions where they are located some of the most spectacular sites of the Bronze Age.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Totana

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