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Archeology: Pigs Eat History | Culture

On April 23, 1811, British and French troops clashed in the municipality of Gallegos de Argañán (Salamanca) In a combat in which both armies fired thousands of bullets that remained, along with buttons and remnants of weapons, on the battlefield, next to the Marialba bridge, on the banks of the Azaba River. Now the magazine […]

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Archeology: Experts bring out the colors of the Lady of Baza | Culture

On July 20, 1971, the archaeologist Francisco Presedo made a discovery that would make him famous worldwide. On the hill of the Sanctuary (Baza, Granada), he unearthed a 2.60 meter side and 1.80 deep pit inside which a seated figure decorated with paintings and accompanied by a rich trousseau that included even weapons. Presedo had […]

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