David Miles journeys to Galicia to see how the regional government is leading the way in Spain in conserving and presenting their archaeological sites
The tiny ‘mouse-goat’ evolved in relative isolation on the Balearic islands over some five million years but died out around 5000 years ago. Why?
At the sites of Orce and Cueva Victoria in Spain, the story of the early hominid colonisation of Europe is being rewritten
John Crookshank on Roman Spain, with a focus on Mérida
As the summer sets in, how about exchanging your luxury hotel for a cave house, or swapping days spent lying on the beach for digging the dry austere Guadix-Baza basin in Southern Spain? Tempted? International charity Earthwatch is looking for people who are willing to get their hands dirty in an effort to reconstruct Europe […]
Remains of prehistoric woman who died in childbirth discovered
Structural damage to Alhambra is due to seismic activity
Richard Hodges looks at rescue archaeology in Spain, and is sceptical about UNESCO’s plans for Alhambra