Skip to main content

Article Category

News

Article available in the folowing languages:

Archaeologists reconstruct life in the Bronze Age at a site of Southern Spain

Researchers from the UGR, Spain, excavated such a site for the first time - in a scientific and systematic way -, and they found the first water well of the Iberian Peninsula. In the 20th century, motillas were erroneously considered to be burial mounds, a theory which was refuted by the experts, who proved that it was a fortification surrounded by a small settlement and a necropolis.

Keywords

archaeology - Bronze Age

Countries

Spain