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Archaeologists double the number of known tombs in the Roman necropolis of Carmona | Andalusia

The prospecting of the Roman necropolis of Carmona (Seville) carried out by the Andalusian Institute of Geophysics of Andalusia of the University of Granada has revealed the existence of more than 240 structures capable of being burial. This discovery would mean doubling the number of already known tombs – about 200 – in the necropolis, […]

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Andalusia Day: The region that carries poetry in its DNA | Andalusia

Several of the people participating in the antolgoía. From left to right: Jonathan Moncada, Juan Miguel Melgar, Mima Gutierrez, Ana Calvo, Marta Cesar, Jose Dominguez, Isabel Martin and Diego Gavilan.Garcia-Santos / El Pais “Today I write to you as I speak to you / so that tomorrow they will speak to you as I write […]

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“Speaking correctly is not associated with any specific pronunciation” | Andalusia

Nor is Andalusian a worse or less intelligible variety than Spanish; neither is it the Castilian of the future nor is it a consequence of the weather. You speak Andalusian. Glossary of a linguistic reality, the supplement that accompanies this February to the magazine Archiletras It is not limited only to dismantling old and new […]

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