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Archaeological Museum of Badajoz: Doubt flies over the eagle seized by the police | Culture

Eagle seized by the National Police. On the eagle seized this week by the police and deposited in the Archaeological Museum of Badajoz, the suspicion that it is not the symbol of a legion hovers. While the police forces describe it in a statement as “identifying the Roman legions”, Fernando Quesada placeholder image, Professor of […]

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Villastar Archaeological Site: The gods of the looted Celtiberian sanctuary demand protection | Culture

The archaeologist Juan Cabré arrived in 1909 at the Muela de Peñalba, an imposing limestone cliff in the municipality of Villastar (Teruel), next to the river Turia and almost 20 meters high and two kilometers long. In it he discovered a score of Celtiberian, Iberian and Latin inscriptions and graffiti engraved on the wall of […]

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An archaeological mission discovers the oldest Christian monastery in Egypt | Culture

A Franco-Norwegian archaeological mission announced this weekend the discovery of what they consider to be the oldest Christian monastery in Egypt of which ruins are preserved, which would force a review of what is known so far about the beginning of monasticism in the country. The place, built in the middle of the 4th century, […]

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Discovery of a Roman chariot in the archaeological area of ​​Pompeii, in pictures

Discovery of a Roman chariot in the archaeological area of ​​Pompeii, in pictures

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Archaeological Museum of Córdoba: The best collection of jewelry from the 11th century is sold online | Culture

The civil war broke out in the Caliphate of Córdoba in 1009 and lasted for more than two decades. The armed confrontation (fitna) between the two factions fighting for power in the south of the Peninsula led to the deposition of Caliph Hisham II and the division of Al-Andalus into numerous taifa. Political instability spread […]

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