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Analysis of ancient Roman coins has shown that the defeat of the Carthaginian general Hannibal led to a flood of wealth across the Roman Empire from the silver mines of Spain. This finding, which gives us a tangible record of the transition of Rome f...

Scientists have been left baffled by an ancient stone slab covered in strange symbols called the 'stela of Montoro' after was found in a farmer's field in Spain. The stela, as seen on its side. The scale bar here is 50cm [Credit: Sanjuan et al./Anti...

 Podemos Castilla-La Mancha secretary-general Jose Garcia Molina. By Dick Nichols August 6, 2017 — Links International Journal of Socialist Renewal — On September 26 last year, José García Molina, the secretary-general of Podemos in the...

Cretaceous snails conceal themselves in monuments in MadridThe fountains standing next to the Museo del Prado are built using a sedimentary rock full of gastropod shells from the time of the dinosaurs. These fossils have revealed the origin of the st...

A new study published in Quaternary International proposes a new chrono-cultural attribution for the lower part of El Cuco’s archaeological sequence, which is now attributed to the Middle Palaeolithic. This change demanded a new interpretation of t...

The genomes of individuals who lived on the Iberian Peninsula in the Bronze Age had minor genetic input from Steppe invaders, suggesting that these migrations played a smaller role in the genetic makeup and culture of Iberian people, compared to othe...

Spanish archaeologists excavating a Visigoth necropolis in Sena, in the northeastern province of Huesca, have uncovered what they say is a burial site dating to the 10th century BCE and that was part of the Late Bronze Age Urnfield culture. An urn t...