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    General panorama of the inhabited village of Revenga. Comunero de Revenga (Burgos)


    Detail of a rock-carved figure at Cueva Andrés, Quintanar de la Sierra (Burgos)


    General view of the inhabited village of Cuyacabras and the documentation and register works. Quintanar de la Sierra (Burgos)
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    BIZERTA 1613

    Plan of Bizerte. 1613. General Archive of Simancas.


    Galleys in the Mediterranean for the fight against the corsairs of Algiers. General Archive of Simancas.


    Double-headed anthopomorphic tomb excavated at Prados de Bañuelos. Palacios de la Sierra (Burgos)


    Fieldwork at the site of Ausa-Gaztelu, Zaldibia (Gipuzkoa)


    Aerial view of the defensive wall recently found at the medieval village of L’Esquerda (Les Masies de Roda, Osona)
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Welcome to GRAMP.-UB

Medieval and Postmedieval Research Group of the University of Barcelona (GRAMP.-UB) is formed by an interdisciplinary team of different members from national and international institutions and is registered in the Department of Medieval History, Paleography and Diplomatics at the University of Barcelona. 

Successive works and research projects undertaken lead to the official recognition in 1995 as a Quality Research Group by the Generalitat de Catalunya (Catalan Government) and it currently is a consolidated research group.

08 October 2021

Participation at the Meeting on Digital Humanities in Spain

The V Meeting on Digital Humanities has taken place this week. The University of Santiago de Compostela organized this meeting with Scire Vias as a motto ( Archaeology is increasingly taking part in Digital Humanities with innovative views and perspectives, as demonstrated in keynote lectures in this meeting. The GRAMP has taken part with several talks introduced by some of its members.

13 September 2021

Participation at the European Association of Archeologists Annual Meeting (#EAA2021)

The European Association of Archaeologists Annual Meeting (#EAA2021) took place during the last week. As in previous editions, GRAMP’s researchers took place in the event introducing different communications and posters related to the on-going research projects related to pottery analysis and landscape archeology.

16 August 2021

Conference in Revenga and Prospection Fieldwork in Canicosa (Burgos, Spain)

The archaeological fieldwork in Revenga ended as usual with a conference by the directors of the excavation, researchers Karen Álvaro and Esther Travé, entitled "Arqueología en tiempos de pandemia", to disseminate the results of the work carried out. This weekend, also in the territory of Alto Arlanza, GRAMP’s researchers have carried out topographic work and archaeological prospection in the parish church of Canicosa de la Sierra, as part of our Landscape Archaeology research line.

19 July 2021

Archaeological fieldwork at the site of Santa Margarida (Martorell)

The archaeological fieldwork at the site of Santa Margarida (Martorell) started last 12th of July and will last until the 30th. Several GRAMP researchers take part in the archaeological campaign. The excavation tasks are devoted to the study of Early Christian structures. Undergraduate students at the University of Barcelona are engaged in fieldwork tasks as part of their training in Field Archaeology. 

01 October 2021

CPG2021 Preliminary Program already available

Graumbub2021 10 05 001Please find attached the CPG2021 preliminary programme. Bear in mind that it could be subjected to minor changes. A definite version will be published, together with access links to the sessions. Remember, there is no registration needed.

You can download here a pdf version of the programme.

30 August 2021

Archaeological fieldwork at the Iberian and Medieval Village of L’Esquerda (Roda de Ter, Barcelona, Spain)

Archaeological fieldwork in the Iberian and Medieval Village of L’Esquerda is taking place from August 23th until September 4th, and several researchers from GRAMP.UB are involved in research tasks. In this year's excavation, also affected by the health and safety measures derived from the Covid protocol, archaeologists in the medieval sector are working at the south of the necropolis, in the highest point of the site, where the structures of the noble area of the town are located.

06 August 2021

7th Fieldwork campaign at the Site of Revenga (Burgos, Spain)

This week, GRAMP’s researchers started a new archaeological fieldwork campaign, where the excavation in the early-middle-age village goes on. Several sunken-featured buildings and production areas have been found. Fieldwork tasks started last monday and will last until next Friday, August 13. The objectives of the campaign are to finish, if possible, the trenches opened in previous years and to register the structures cut out onto the rocky floor.

29 June 2021

Start of the fieldwork season

Grampub2021 06 29 001The first of GRAMP’s archaeological fieldwork campaigns for this summer started today. We began the fieldwork at l’Esquerda under particular circumstances, still influenced by the COVID-19 pandemic. Undergraduate students in Archaeology attending at the subjects Fieldwork I and II work in two correlative shifts this week and the forthcoming next one in a new trench at this site located at the south of the Romanesque church. Work is carried on under the coordination of Dr. Albert Pratdesaba, Esther Travé and Imma Ollich. We wish them good luck!!

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