Here are two new fragments of sarcophagi from the Christian antiquity in Cordoba. They have presumably belonged to the near necropolis of Cercadilla. Fragment 1 (340-350) was found lying as threshold at a hispano-mussulman house, and portrays the raising of Lazarus, the sacrifice of Isaac, and Jesus feeding five thousand. Fragment 2, from the Constantinian age, only conserves a relief with the raising of Lazarus.
Moreno Garrido, María Jesús; Penco Valenzuela, Fernando
The last archaeological explorations and other researches made at Cerro Muriano come to corroborate the importance of this mining whole wich, according to all the vestiges, was already worked during Prehistory. Lower down, we show some outstanding aspects about two burials excavated on geological rock that must be produced about the transition from I B.C. to I A.C. century. Constitute the first two examples of funeral structures wich have been verified in this space, that has been continously sacked since was presented round about 1872.
García del Junco, Francisco
Into the Spanish castles studies, the investigation of the rebuilt fortresses and in process of restoration ones occupies the last place. Taking them as a whole, the results of the first investigations about them dated from mid of the XIX century until the first years of the XX, are varied but have a lack of historic or archaeology rigour. From this point, «The Castle of Almodóvar del Río», located in the province of Córdoba, can be used to clarify the study of the first restorations carried out in Spain, as it was affected by the first rebuilding works in the...
Fuertes Santos, Camino
In this paper we intend to offer an overview of the formal evolution of some of de pottery series from the archaeological site of Cercadilla. With this, we have let es-tablished some of the keys that allow us to frame definite pottery forms in different moments of the medieval, islamic, period in the site.
Peña Jurado, Antonio
We present in this paper a critical review of the bibliography concerning the study of herms, from which we will can establish the main evolutive lines in the pro-duction of these monuments, from their origin in late archaic Greece to their disap-pearance in Late Antiquity.
Vargas Cantos, Sonia
Die hier vorliegende Arbeit, handelt über die Forschung des vicus, das in der westliche Aussenmauer der Colonia Patricia ausserhalb der Stadt liegt, anhand der Keramikanalyse. Mit dieser Forschung haben wir einen Lichtblick über die Bildung der Phase (Etappe), die Entwicklung und die spätere Aufgabe der Fläche bekommen (60-70/ Jh. III n. Ch. ). Bei dieser Forschung haben wir einen interesanten Fund gemacht, der uns Aufschluss über die Gewonheiten und Gebräuche der damaligen Zeit gibt. Er dokumentiert einen Teil der Keramikzeit, die uns bis heute noch nicht in der Stadt bekannt war.
Campos Carrasco, Juan M.; Gómez, Francisco (Gómez Toscano)
Archaeological research in Huelva has been mainly focused to Tartesian period, for which the evidence of the site as a whole was practicaly unknowm. In this paper, based on the evidence obtained in many archaeological works carried out through last dececades, site evolution from Late Prehistory to nowadays is explained.
Pérez Macías, Juan Aurelio; Vidal Teruel, Nuria de la O; Campos Carrasco, Juan M.
The roman Turobriga, although known by scientists in the middle of 60's, until 1996 no archaeological excavations were conducted therein. As from said year several papers and reports have been issued of diverse field works carried out my members of Area de Arqueología de la Universidad de Huelva.
In this paper a synthesis of new evidence is presented regarding historial implications of roman town in the Picos de Aroche territory context, its urban pattern, and special relevance of the evidence obtained in the forum area is giving.
Pérez Macías, Juan Aurelio; Campos Carrasco, Juan M.; Gómez, Francisco (Gómez Toscano)
In this paper we study excavation results and studies carried out in the Niebla Ar-chaeological Urban Proyect. The relationship between the Niebla (Huelva province, southwest Spain) settlement and the configuration of an urban model from the Late Bronze Age to Medieval Time, explains the importance that the urban concept have been througth the time in the Huelva Countryside, and we analize the diferent eco-nomic interactive models beetwen the city and its territory.
Arias de Haro, Francisco; Torres Escobar, Carmen; Bellón Ruiz, Juan Pedro; Gutiérrez Soler, Luis María
This report shows the results obtained to date of the project carried out with fun-ding granted by the Consejería de Cultura de la Junta de Andalucía in 1999. The principal objective of this project was to preparate the necessary documentation to study the possibilities of opening the archaeological remains at El Centenillo to the public. El Centenillo was an important mining centre in the first half of the 20th century, and also in the time of the Roman occupation.
Pastor Muñoz, Mauricio
It is analyzed in this work a new document epigraphic appeared in the Farm of Periate (Piñar, Granada ) in the one that mentions you for the first time in the Iberian Península the Ordo Accitanorum Veterum and an individual, L. Aemilius Propinquus, to who is denominated accitanus veteris. The Hispanic municipalities are studied with the nickname Vetus: Astigi, Tucci and Acci, reaching the conclusion that these, after the foundation of their respective colonies, continued existing as independent municipalities, although they had to give part of their territory and, in occasions, to pay a compensation to Rome . The appearance...
Martínez Padilla, Catalina; Pérez Carpena, Ana Dolores; Aguayo de Hoyos, Pedro; López Medina, María Juana; Suárez de Urbina Chapman, Nicolás; Román Díaz, María de la Paz
In this paper we will make known the starting points, preliminary results and new considerations regarding the population distribution through out Prehistory and Ancient Times in the Almanzora Valley (Almería).
Prehistoric settlements have been localised both in the valley and the mountains, and since the Iberian period, dwellings have concentrated in the valley.
Mora Serrano, Bartolomé; Beltrán Fortes, José
In this paper the authors analyze a letter by the eruditefrom Ronda Juan María de Rivera, dated in 1760, in which he offers information about somes archaeological objects that, possibly, come from the surroundings of the cordobán village of Santaella. In addition in the letter one provides data, logically confuse, on the archaeologic context of the pieces, perhaps a domus or villa.
Besides to studying briefly the mentioned pieces, between which is outstanding a herma that would be a representation of Baco, are offered data on the cultural scene in which is placed the letter in relationship to the activities...