Archaeology, UNESCO


The archaeological complex of Italica, Santiponce, 5 minutes from Seville, has been proposed as a candidate to be declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The good preservation of these ruins, along with the historical significance of this settlement in the Roman civilization, makes it stage theater plays and many events. It was the first city […]

Archaeology, Heritage, Museum

‘Assyria to Iberia,’ at the Metropolitan Museum of Art –

A key loan to the exhibition will be several works from the seldom-shown Carambolo Treasure. Discovered near Seville, Spain, the treasure consists of exceptionally finely worked gold jewelry reflecting both Phoenician and local metalworking traditions. More recently, the discovery of a ritual complex nearby has given scholars a social background for understanding these spectacular artifacts. […]


Teaching Digital Archaeology – Digitally Teaching Archaeology

The national chapters CAA Germany and CAA Netherlands/Flanders are proud to announce their joint chapter meeting and 3rd Biannual Conference on Teaching Digital Archaeology – Digitally Teaching Archaeology & Identifying Patterns, Calculating Similarities. Important Dates: Submission of abstracts: May 31st, 2014 Notification of authors, programme announced: June 30th, 2014 Early bird registration ends: August 15th, 2014 Conference: […]