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    Roman anchor stock discovered only a few metres of the coast of Cullera

    23 may 2016

    A group of deep sea fishing enthusiasts have discovered a Roman anchor stock located in the north coast of Cullera, approximately 26 metres deep. The flotsam, that has more than 2.000 years and a great archeological value will be extractec from the water the following friday 27th of May.

  • Roman houses are found under the Cathedral of Valencia during the expansion work of its Museum

    12 may 2016

    The excavations carried out in the lower part of the Cathedral of Valencia during the works, which aim to carry out the restoration and expansion of its Museum, have allowed for  finding out, three metres deep, remains of a Roman street and of at least three houses dated from the 1st and 2nd centuries. This fact has consequences in the possibility that they can be crossed in a path that will be illuminated once the opening of the museum centre takes place, the Archbishopric communicated.

     

  • Sant Vicent de la Roqueta, València

    La Roqueta archaeological excavation of Valencia will have more than 30 soundings

    1 february 2016

    The excavation in the ancient convent could find archaeological remains from up to three monasteries, where medieval tombs and ossuary have already been documented.

 
 
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