The paper, published by the prestigious british journal Cambridge Archaeological Journal, is signed by prestigious international researchers, also including Dr. Miguel Ángel Rogerio Candelera, a member of the IRNAS Research Group “Environmental Microbiology and Cultural Heritage” examines how monuments with ‘local’ idiosyncrasies are key in processes of place-making and how, through persistence, such places can engage in supra-local and even ‘global’ dynamics. Departing from a detailed revision of its context, materiality and iconography, we show how a remarkable Iberian ‘warrior’ stela brings together the geo-strategic potential of a unique site, located literally between the Mediterranean and the Atlantic worlds, the century-long dialogue between shared and local identities and the power of connectivity of inexorable global processes.


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