FINALISTS

Due to the quality of the projects submitted, a pre-selection by an internal committee of experts was necessary.

ILIT-AURO. Archaeology of the Second Punic War (Archaeology)

University Institute for Research in Iberian Archaeology – Universidad de Jaén.
Location: Jaén and Italy.

Description: The project deals with a specific period: the Second Punic War, although understood as part of a historical process related to the social, political and cultural changes derived from the Roman conquest in the area of the Ancient Mediterranean.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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