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The Archaeological Service of Barcelona has announced this Wednesday in a statement the results of three recent excavations in the district of Ciutat Vella, which have revealed remains of houses and burials of Roman times, as well as a unique burial...

Away from the hullabaloo of the Six Nations, it  really wasn't good to read about the unedifying scenes of Spanish players furiously chasing after Romanian referee Vlad Iordachescu following their controversial 18-10 defeat in Brussels to Belgiu...

Archaeologists from the University of Granada have carried out excavations in the Biniadris Cave located on the Balearic Island of Menorca, uncovering enigmatic funeral rituals. This Bronze Age cave was used by different societies over 3300-2600 year...

In a multidisciplinary study published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, an international team of researchers combined archaeological, genetic and stable isotope data to encapsulate 4000 years of Iberian biomolecular prehistory. El...

Bermeo is a fishing port in the Basque Country. It is the most important fishing port in the area, and was also the last destination in my trip. The day before I left, I took a bus from Bilbao to Bermeo, with the intention of getting out of the city...

While I was in Bilbao, I visited the Basque Museum. It is said that this museum is the most comprehensive museum about the history and culture of the Basque people. And in fact, it covers a lot of things. Unfortunately, English isn't used in the...

The acoustic qualities of a rock shelter may have been a key factor in its selection as a site for rock art and indicate a spiritual significance to the practice, according to a recent study, while scientists are also looking into whether some caves...