La Fundación Palarq es una entidad privada y sin ánimo de lucro que se crea con la finalidad de apoyar las Misiones en Arqueología y Paleontología Humana Españolas en el extranjero, excluyendo Europa, dentro de una perspectiva que abarca desde la etapa paleontológica a las épocas prehistóricas y las históricas en interés monumental

A Neanderthal hunting camp in the center of the Iberian Peninsula ( 26/08/21)

Abel Moclán, a researcher at CENIEH, is the lead author of a paper published in the journal Quaternary Science Reviews which undertook a zooarchaeological and taphonomic study of the Neanderthal Navalmaíllo Rock Shelter site (Pinilla del Valle, Madrid), some 76,000 years old, whose results indicate that these Neanderthals mainly hunted large bovids and cervids

Ancient woman’s DNA provides first evidence for the origin of a mysterious lost culture: The Toaleans ( 26/08/21)

In 2015, archaeologists from the University of Hasanuddin in Makassar, on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, uncovered the skeleton of a woman buried in a limestone cave. Studies revealed the person from Leang Panninge, or “Bat Cave,” was 17 or 18 years old when she died some 7,200 years ago

The Dredge in the context of the first peninsular Neolithic communities

Milà i Fontanals – CSIC (IMF-CSIC, Barcelona);
Museu d’Arqueologia de Catalunya (MAC, Barcelona);
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB);
Museo Arqueològic Regional de Banyoles (MACB).

Description: The relevance of the project lies in the exceptional conservation conditions of the La Draga site and its relevance to the study of the neolitization process.

Djehuty Project: 20 years of archaeological excavations in Luxor, Egypt

Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas – Institute of Languages and Cultures of the Mediterranean and the Middle East
Dr Abu el-Naga Hill, Luxor, Egypt.

Description: The main objective of the Djehuty Project is the excavation, restoration, scientific publication and dissemination of a group of funerary monuments and burials, on the hill of Dra Abu el-Naga, at the northern end of the necropolis of the ancient city of Thebes, today Luxor.

Almoloya-Bastida Project: discovering a Bronze Age civilization (Archaeology)

Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Faculty of Philosophy and Arts. Department of Prehistory.
Location: La Bastida (Totana, Murcia).

Description: The object of study of the project is the society or “culture” of El Argar. The culture of the Argar has a protagonist role in the knowledge of the recent Prehistory in Spain, and is considered one of the most relevant cultures of the Bronze Age in Europe.