Amare Tafalla, María Teresa; Vaquerizo Gil, Desiderio
In this short article we report a Roman bronze chandelier with zoomorphic decoration discovered by chance -with a metal detector- in a possible villa or similar site situated near the present day village of Fuenlabrada de los Montes (Badajoz). It is an area where for the moment the archaeological information available suggests a scattered settlement -no cities or villages ara known for many miles around- probably related to a cattle breeding ranch, the communication routes control -the most important being the Guadiana- and undoubtedly the abundance of game of which the motif that decorates the piece would be a good...
Ventura Villanueva, Ángel
We study a roman funerary inscription found close to "Cortijo de Teba", formerly oppidum of Ategua, dated in the 2th.century AC. The origo Ategu[ensis] quoted in the text make us to consider that possibly under the Flavians this city was promoted to municipium iuris latini.
González Vírseda, Marina L.; Fuertes Santos, Camino
With this paper, we wish to show a new group of pieces wich increases the still short repertory of early islamic period ceramic from Córdoba. We also wanted to create a tipology wich can be applied to the whole mediaeval ceramic from Cercadilla and so to make easy the date of the different ocupation phases in the mediaeval age of the site.
Garriguet Mata, José Antonio; Montejo Córdoba, Alberto J.
In this paper we present the recent find of a stretch corresponding to the Roman and Arab southern walls of Cordoba, until now unknown. From this evidence, and still as hypothesis, we will attempt to resolve the problematic connection between the southern and western wall of the city.
Moreno González, Manuel Fernando
In the present article we aim to report the ideal reconstructions, obtained by computer treatment, of five Roman mosaics from the villa of El Ruedo (Almedinilla, Córdoba), contributing in this way to complete the monograph published in this same magazine some years ago (HIDALGO, 1991), and incorporating the latest details from the continuing investigation of the site.
Sierra Fernández, Juan Alonso de la
In this paper it is analized the late fine tableware pottery documented in the roman villa of El Ruedo. It is a small ensemble with predomination of north african pottery. This pottery begins to arrive around the half of second century wiht only same pieces. The main period of importation is include between the second half of the fourth century and the first half of five century, when there are also sigillata hispánica tardía.
Aparicio Sánchez, Laura
Nous faisons connaître sur cet article une pièce sculpturale trouvée récemment dans une intervention archéologique á Cordue. La sculpture c'est une copie romane d'un modèle hellénique très connu par les diverses répliques qui sont arrivées jusqu'à nous: la Venerem lavantem sese, et que Plinio (N.H. XXXVI, 35) attribue a Doidalsas de. Bitinia. C'est important le caractère de unicum que la pièce tient á la Péninsule Ibérique.
Morena López, José Antonio
We present various discoveries that have taken place recentley as a result of several archaeological works made in each development area in Córdoba, affected by the General Plan of Urban Arrangement, che MA-1 Sector, situated in the area known as Tablero Bajo in the Noth of Córdoba, and the Polígono de Poniente (P-1), behind the bullring. In both areas we have found new pieces of information for the study of the occidental necropolis (Parcial Plan P-1) and on the water supply system to the Roman Córdoba (Partial Plan MA-1). These findings have confirmed the suspicion that we already had about...
Ruiz Lara, María Dolores; Jiménez Salvador, José Luis
We present the stratigraphical results of an excavation undertaked in the plot located of the María Cristina's street, behind the remains pertaining to the roman temple of the Claudio Marcelo's street. This archaeological research has allowed to determine the chronology of the republican urban wall and the definition of the western limit of the square dominated by the roman temple.
This paper seeks present a fragment of Iberian capital discovered at Los Villares de Andújar (Jaén). We would like with it to show, on the one hand the importance of this site, so unknown now adays and on the other hand the necessity of carring out studies with new traces about the subject of the Iberian architectural elements.
As conclusions, we propose differents hypothesis about the place of making, cronology and capital context.
Quesada Sanz, Fernando; Vaquerizo Gil, Desiderio; Murillo Redondo, Juan Francisco
In this article we present an initial interpretation of the habitats excavations carried out between 1985-1989 in the Recent Iberian age site located at "Cerro de la Cruz" (Almedinilla, Córdoba). Given the important limitation implied by the partial nature of the excavation, we would propose a primary purpose of habitat, although with a multi-purpose function very typical of rural societies with a basic animal-agricultura) component virtually until the present day.
Ferrer Albelda, Eduardo
We present in this article the analysis of some materials, arrowheads with a very particular characters, which spacial and chronological clasification is not defined. Based on a accurate study of the dispersion and the archaeological contexts we belive it could be considered as an item of the Orientalizing period.
Murillo Redondo, Juan Francisco
Here we analyze the grave stelas from the Late Bronze Age of the SW of Iberian Peninsula. At first, we expose the main theories assumed by the scholars about patterns and chronology. After, we criticize the chronology (previous to other types) and the geographical origin (N of Extremadura) of those stelas in which the shield is flanked by the sword and the lance by means of a new discovery near from the Guadalquivir river.