La Covatina is a Levantine rock art site that preserves some 40 figures, including archers, women and tiny animals. From LArcHer we have discovered new figures and reinterpreted the site.
Recently discovered by our team, La Ferranda represents an exceptional scene, a herd of wild boars being shot down by various archers.
La Fontanella is a shelter that preserves occupations belonging to the last hunting populations and the first farmers. The excavations allow us to know how they lived in this place.
This site, discovered in 2004, preserves almost thirty motifs belonging to the Levantine and Schematic traditions.
This site recently discovered by our team, preserves Levantine Rock Art paintings
with some large bovids. Its discovery generated great social and media interest.
It is a site discovered in 2013. Excavations began in 2015 and are still ongoing. Its occupations date back to between 13,000 and 14,000 years ago, and today it is one of the oldest occupations in the area.
Researchers from the Jaume I University and the Castellón Provincial Council discover human remains and funerary necklaces from 4,800 years ago, keys to delve into the knowledge of prehistory in the province.
This site has three different decorated panels. The greatest number of representations are concentrated in the first of these, including scenes on diverse themes: archers on the march, hunting scenes, and honey gathering.
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