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A. Arancibia Román

A. Arancibia Román
Junta De Andalucía, Spain, Malaga · Proteccion y Bienes Culturales

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RESUMEN Dentro de los objetivos del proyecto de investigación subvencionado por el Gobierno de España: Malaka antes de Las Columnas, la cronología y evolución del primitivo asentamiento de Malaka, la topografía y urbanismo antiguos, se combinan con estudios centrados en la explotación de los recursos naturales de su hinterland como la minería y met...
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The archaeological excavations in Císter Street, in the historic old town of Malaga, have documented a religious complex that dates from the middle years and second half of the 7th century BC. This paper analyzes the localized structures, among which stands the existence of at least three buildings. In one of them have been documented two altars bu...
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Within the long discussion about the possible direct intervention of Carthage in the Far West, and more spe- cifically in the Iberian Peninsula (and the Balearic Islands) before 237 BC, we analyzed the role played by the Phoenician cities at the south of the peninsula, and in particular Malaka and its area of influence. We try to contrast the diffe...
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Abstract Within the long discussion about the possible direct intervention of Carthage in the Far West, and more spe- cifically in the Iberian Peninsula (and the Balearic Islands) before 237 BC, we analyzed the role played by the Phoenician cities at the south of the peninsula, and in particular Malaka and its area of influence. We try to contrast...
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información disponible sobre el sector alfarero de Carranque, parcialmente documentado en los años sesenta del siglo XX. Gracias a esta intervención, derivada de los trabajos en el trazado la Linea 2 del metro de Málaga, puede a rmarse que la ocupación de este sector de la Bahía de Málaga se inicia en época púnica, mientras su producción alfarera,...
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Se analizan en este trabajo los principales problemas que todavía plantea el estudio de la Malaca púnica y tardopúnica, con especial atención a su trama urbana. La concentración del poblamiento en el sector de la Alcazaba y la Catedral se completa, a partir de los siglos VI-V a.C., con la ocupación de otros sectores de la ciudad centrados en la exp...

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The territories of Malaga and, in particular, the city of Malaka and its hinterland at the mouth of the Guadalhorce river have brought in the last half century major developments in the research on the archaic Phoenician presence in the south of the Iberian peninsula. The Cerro del Villar and most recently La Rebanadilla are, together with some parts of the old town of Malaga and the Picasso Museum, known examples of this archaic phase. However, the long period of time between the sixth century BC and the change of Era, that was immortalized in this city with the construction of the Augustan theater, suffers from lack of monographic studies, with the exception referred to his neopunic mint, and above all of a historical and archaeological overview that will allows its necessary fit in the complex geopolitical and economic map of the southern Iberian Peninsula and of the neighboring North African coast, which is separated by the Alboran Sea. The main purpose of this project is double, because on one hand aims to focus on the archaeological research in the Malaka-Malaca in its late period (neopunic), and on the other does not refuse to make a complete analysis of its territory and the economic projection of this important Phoenician and Punic polis. Regarding the first objective, we will emphasize the ancient topography of the city, collecting and expanding on many points the geotechnical surveys that will allow the elaboration of a reliable topographical model in which inserting a chronological urban model for the studied period. It should be noted in this regard that Malaka is one of the few cities of Phoenician-Punic tradition in which has been documented urban structures, fortresses, necropolis and industrial areas. On this last specific archeological site, archaeometric studies will be of high priority in this project. In addition to carpological, anthracological and faunal analysis that will help us to stablish the features of farms and fisheries related to the city, we will focus on a necessary individualization of the Malaka's pottery production, with particular studies on transport vessels, but without forgetting other subjects such as local coroplastia. The footprint of these productions outside the suburban area of the city, we serve as a guideline for addressing, along with other indicators such as currency circulation and analysis of metallurgical remains, Malaka' connections with the interior through the Valley of Guadalhorce to Osqua / Antikaria. Cartima (Cártama) is a key site for the study of these land relations, as well as Rusaddir (Melilla) is a key site to understand the sea relations. Accordingly, the well-known passage of Strabo (III, 4.2) which speaks of Malaka as emporium for the Nomads on the opposite coast, needs an updated archaeological reading.