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Cerro Borreguero. Un yacimiento clave para estudiar la transición entre el Bronce Final y el periodo tartésico en el valle del Guadiana
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this work summarizes the results yielded after five excavation campaigns where undertaken at the Cerro Borreguero (Borreguero Hill) Archaeological Site (Zalamea de la Serena, Badajoz). Said excavation campaigns have allowed us to document the existence of three moments of occupation between the ninth century BCE and the first century BCE, with a noticeable hiatus between the Protohistoric Period and Roman Period. The appearance of an oval hut along with a rectangular construction indicates that this is the first transition archaeological site in the Middle Valley of the Guadiana River which dates between the Late Bronze Age and Iron Age I.
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