Excavation of a Hispano-Visigothic grave at Ojo Guareña (Heritage Daily 16/09/21)

Archaeologists excavating a tomb embedded in the rock by the main entrance to the San Tirso and San Bernabé Hermitage in the karst complex of Ojo Guareña (Merindad de Sotoscueva, Burgos) have discovered the skeleton of an adult individual in the supine position, with its head to the west set between two small limestone blocks

Light in darkness: An experimental look at Paleolithic cave lighting (Phys.org 16/06/21)

A recreation of three common types of Paleolithic lighting systems illuminates how Paleolithic cave dwellers might have traveled, lived, and created in the depths of their caves, according to a study published in the open-access journal PLOS ONE by Mª Ángeles Medina-Alcaide from the University of Cantabria, Spain, and colleagues.