Jorge Onrubia Pintado

Jorge Onrubia Pintado
University of Castilla-La Mancha · Departamento de Historia

Doctor en Geografía e Historia

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May 2002 - August 2015
University of Castilla-La Mancha
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Jorge Onrubia Pintado et Jonay Acosta Armas présentent une analyse précise des sources historiques et archéologiques sur les habitants des Îles Canaries pendant la conquête espagnole (1402-1496). Dans l’article « Sur les titres et fonctions de la chefferie préhispanique de la Grande Canarie. Considérations historiques et linguistiques », ils examin...
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Close-range photogrammetry is a powerful and widely used technique for 3D reconstruction of archaeological environments, specifically when a high-level detail is required. This paper presents an innovative low-cost system that allows high quality and detailed reconstructions of indoor complex scenarios with unfavorable lighting conditions by means...
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3D documentation and reconstruction are decisive when inspecting archaeological sites without any direct contact or when monitoring the changes they have suffered over time are required. In addition, there is a great commitment with the preservation of heritage as well as with the awareness and dissemination of these historical sites. In this sense...
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Se presenta el estudio de los taxones faunísticos domésticos recuperados en dos contextos espaciales y estratigráficos documentados en la Estructura 12 del yacimiento de La Cueva Pintada de Gáldar (Gran Canaria, España). Datados entre los siglos XV y XVI d.C., uno es indiscutiblemente anterior a la conquista de la isla y el otro corresponde, con to...
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El presente libro aborda la documentación e interpretación de las estaciones rupestres localizadas en La Mancha centro (España), a partir del estudio pormenorizado de los símbolos que han sido grabados en la roca. Estas estaciones, de época histórica, pueden proporcionar valiosa información para el estudio de las mentalidades y creencias de las cla...
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Rock art is one of the most widespread, long-lasting, ancient, and enigmatic cultural expressions of all those that coexist on planet Earth. It has developed independently over thousands of years through peoples and cultures all over the globe, whether it was through paintings or through carvings. Rock art has driven the interest of both researcher...
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For decades, the documentation of rock art has been the backbone of the research on this cultural practice. However, traditional techniques used for this purpose have proved to be imprecise and subjective. With the advent of the digital age there has been a revolution in the field of rock art documentation in general and in particular for petroglyp...
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In this paper we present a preliminary archaeological study of the site ST-J1, located on the right bank of the mouth of the wadi Asaca (province of Sidi Ifni). It was discovered in the course of the archaeological works carried out as part of the Spanish-Moroccan cooperation project Archaeological research in the region of Sus-Tekna. The stratigra...
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Towards the end of the fifteenth century, the Crown of Castile decided to become directly involved in the conquest of the three Canary Islands which remained rebellious: Gran Canaria (1478–1483), La Palma (1492–1493) and Tenerife (1494–1496). This was the beginning of an authentic state-driven project of colonization that is traditionally considere...
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Following research in the basin of the Noun wadi and a study of the rock art in this region of southern Morocco, this paper presents a local analysis of rock art sites in the upper valley of the Keypad wadi. This study shows that despite the apparent overall spatial consistency of the sites, certain differences exist which enable them to be divided...
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Las excavaciones llevadas a cabo en el yacimiento de la Cueva Pintada (Gáldar, Gran Canaria) sacaron a la luz un interesante lote de monedas de diversas cronologías. Especialmente significativo es el conjunto configurado por los ejemplares bajomedievales y de la primera Edad Moderna, de procedencia tanto lusa como castellana. Como complemento al es...
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Les sources écrites, la cartographie historique, la stratigraphie et le matériel archéologique associé semblent con%rmer que les dépôts les plus super%ciels du site de Fûm Assaka (Maroc) peuvent être identi%és, de façon sûre, avec les restes du fort hispano-canarien de Saint Michel d’Assaka, construit en 1500. Les sondages qui y ont été e7ectués en...
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The 2014 campaign of the archaeological research project in the region of Sous-Tekna (Morocco) confirmed the identification of the current village of Ksabi with ancient caravan city of Tagawst. This is a major commercial, artisanal and agro-pastoral enclave, from the thirteenth century, replaced as regional capital to neighbouring trans-Saharan «po...
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This article proposes a new interpretation on the techniques that are used in the fortified granaries (agadir, pl. igudar) in North Africa on the basis of a case study in the oasis of Amtudi (Morroco, province of Guelmin). These granaries are some kind of strongholds in which crops and families’ possessions are kept in individual cells. Nowadays, m...
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Since 1995 the Wadi Noun basin (pre-Saharan Morocco) is on a systematic archaeological research program conducted in the Archaeology and Heritage Morocco-Spanish partnership. Performed survey allowed list dozens of sites that may be included in this vast and vague period that academic tradition obstinately continues to split between the Neolithic a...
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A technique of garnering, a perched symbol : the North african fortified granary. This article proposes a new interpretation on the techniques that are used in the fortified granaries (agadir, pl. igudar) in North Africa on the basis of a case study in the oasis of Amtudi (Morroco, province of Guelmin). These granaries are some kind of strongholds...
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Construction elements of the ancient caves of Galdar (Grand Canary Island) give details of the life of isolated, prehistoric island inhabitants (pre-Hispanic Canarians) and their adaptation to a dry volcanic environment. Mineralogical study samples of host rocks, mortars, pigments and saline efflorescence by X-ray diffraction and electron microscop...
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In order to tackle the question of the Berbers1rigorously from the ethnic point of view, two different, but complementary, areas of analysis must be distinguished. In the first place, there is the field of ethnogenesis, that is, the fundamental dominance of the self-consciousness and self-definition. On the other hand, there is the sphere of “ethni...
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New absolute dating seems to prove the existence of human presence in the Canary Islands since the beginning of first millennium B.C. The origins of this colonization can be related to a contemporary environmental impairment because of latest Tarfaya's coast neolithical population were pushed to cross the Canary Channel. The crossing could be possi...
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El profesor Manuel Fernández-Miranda fue, desde 1986 y hasta su fallecimiento, el director del programa español de cooperación arqueológica con Marruecos. Este texto intenta ilustrar, en una semblanza eminentemente personal, su papel en la gestación y desarrollo de este proyecto de colaboración bilateral.

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