A member of IRNAS participates in the multidisciplinary research on Mirasiviene stela (Lora del Río, Seville, Spain)

Iberian ‘warrior’ stelae have captured the imagination of researchers and the public for more than a century. Traditionally, stelae were considered ‘de-contextualised’ monuments, and research typically focused on the study of their iconography, paying little or no attention to their immediate contexts. As a result, despite the large number of these stelae known to date […]

A member of IRNAS research group Environmental Microbiology and Cultural Heritage takes part in an important multidisciplinary stuy on the prehistoric stela of Almargen

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 […]

Scientific Workshop “Antequera Dolmens: current scientific research”, with the participation of IRNAS

Next October 7th, 2017, the Scientific Workshop “Antequera Dolmens: current scientific research” will be held at Antequera Museum, with the goal of showing the preliminary results of the R+D MINECO funded project “Nature, Society and Monumentality: High Resolution Archaeological Research of the Megalithic Landscape of Antequera”, performed from 2017 to 2017.

In this Scientific Workshop, […]

Research at Matacabras rock art shelter

Last July 18th, Malaga’s newspaper Sur published an article entitled “Matacabras, a jewel to discover”, echoing the works carried on in the painted shelter of Matacabras of the team involved in the research project funded by the Spanish Ministry for Economy and Competitivity Nature, Society, and Monumentality: High Resolution Archaeological Research of the Megalithic Landscape […]

Un miembro del IRNAS, orador invitado en el workshop internacional Assessing Digital Solutions in Cave and Rock Art Research

Dr. Miguel A. Rogerio-Candelera, from IRNAS’ research group “Environmental Microbiology and Cultural Heritage”, has been invited by the organisation of the International Workshop Assessing Digital Solutions in Cave and Rock Art Research, to teach the conference Digital image analysis-based strategies for painted rock art recording. The Workshop, organised by the researchers from the University of […]

Presentación en la Universidad de Sevilla de los estudios sobre la estela epigráfica de Montoro (Córdoba)

Next tuesday April 28th, at 12:00 h, the conference ” The epigraphic stela of Montoro (Cordoba). An exceptional discovery for the Iberian Protohistory” will be held at Aula de Grados Profesor Carriazo, of the Faculty of Geography and History of the University of Seville. The conference will be teached by Marta Díaz-Guardamino, from the University […]

Reunión del equipo involucrado en la conservación de la Cueva Pintada de Gáldar, con la presencia de un integrante del IRNAS

The 2nd Research Seminar Cueva Pintada, under the title “The conservation at Cueva Pintada: new techniques for old challenges ” was held at Gáldar (Gran Canaria) the days 5 and 6 of March, developing the work sessions of the research team as well as moments for sharing with the public the studies to be […]

El próximo 6 de marzo se presenta al público la estela epigráfica de Montoro (Córdoba)

Next March 6th, at 19:00 hours at Montoro’s local Archaeological Museum “Santiago Cano and Consuelo Turrión” a dissemination conference will be held with the goal of presenting to the public the studies performed on the epigraphic stela conserved in the dependences of that museum. The conference will be given by the PhDs Leonardo García Sanjuán […]

La experiencia del IRNAS en el registro digital del arte rupestre se expone en la Universidad de Cambridge

Along the days 21 and 22 of past may the international Workshop “Documenting prehistoric parietal art: recently developed digital recording techniques” was performed in the prestigious McDonald Institution for Archaeological Research of Cambridge University, in which Miguel Ángel Rogerio Candelera, member of the research group “Environmental Microbiolgy and Cultural Heritage” presented the invited lecture “Digital […]