Field Projects

Abric Romaní

Abric Romaní

The Abric Romaní site is a large rock shelter located on the north side of the travertine cliff known as Cinglera del Capelló (Capellades, Barcelona). The site was discovered in 1909 by Amador Romaní, who carried out the earliest archaeological work at the site.
Camp dels Ninots

Camp dels Ninots

The Camp dels Ninots site is a phreatomagmatic explosion volcano of Pliocene age (3.1 Ma) which subsequently formed a lake. Such volcanic structures are called "maar". The specific geological conditions, corresponding to lake sedimentation, make it ideal for the preservation of fossils.
Cova de les Borres

Cova de les Borres

Les Borres Cave site is a rock-shelter, located in the head of Siurana river basin,  which origin is related to a karstic landscape originated during the collapse of thick limestone cliff  dated as

Cova de les Llenes

Cova de les Llenes

Llenes Cave is located in the Pre-Pyrenees of Lleida, in the municipality of Conca de Dalt (Pallars Jussà), specifically on the West side of the gorge called Erinyà canyon formed by the Flamisell Ri

Coves del Toll-Teixoneres

Toll and Teixoneres Caves are located in the “Torrent Mal” Valley, at 4 km East of Moià town (Bages, Barcelona), and at 760 m a.s.l. Their coordinates are 41º 48’ 25’’ N and 2º 09’ 02’’ E.

La Boella

La Boella

The paleogeography of the Barranc de la Boella site is related to lower Francolí river valley.

La Cansaladeta

La Cansaladeta

The site is located in a narrow passage dug out by the Francolí River in the pre-coastal range that connects the Tarragona coastal plain with the central Catalan depression. The archaeological deposit lies on top of a +40-45m fluvial terrace, at the foot of a partially dismantled rock shelter.
La Cativera

La Cativera

The Cativera archaeological site is in a small rock-shelter open on the left bank of the Gaià River. The stratigraphic succession is approximately 2m deep, divided into 8 archaeological levels. Charcoal sample datings situate the site's chronocultural sequence between the final stages of the Pleistocene and the start of the Holocene.
Molí del Salt

Molí del Salt

The Molí del Salt is a rock-shelter in the Tertiary conglomerates (Upper Oligocene) common along the eastern borders of the Ebro basin.

Casa Corona

Casa Corona

Casa Corona is a large open-air site located in the municipality of Villena near the administrative border between the provinces of Alicante and Albacete.

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