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  • REVENGA

    REVENGA

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

    CUEVA ANDRÉS

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

    CUYACABRAS

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

    BIZERTA 1613

    Plan of Bizerte. 1613. General Archive of Simancas.
  • MEDITERRÀNIA

    MEDITERRÀNIA

    Galleys in the Mediterranean for the fight against the corsairs of Algiers. General Archive of Simancas.
  • PRADOS DE BAÑUELOS

    PRADOS DE BAÑUELOS

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

    AUSA-GAZTELU

    Fieldwork at the site of Ausa-Gaztelu, Zaldibia (Gipuzkoa)
  • L’ESQUERDA

    L’ESQUERDA

    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.

21 September 2020

Archaeological fieldwork at Sant Genís de Rocafort

Last Friday we conclude the third archaeological fieldwork campaign in the monastery of Sant Genís de Rocafort, led by GRAMP researchers. From September 7th we carried the fieldwork out despite the special circumstances arising from the Covid-19 pandemic, as they were delayed according to the initial calendar. The excavation allowed us to know the monastic structures better, and to discover the access stairs to the upper terrace.

08 September 2020

Recent funded research projects at GRAMP

Two new projects have been recently funded in the last call of R+D+I projects at the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation. Both of them are coordinated by GRAMP researchers and included in our current work schedule:

GÉNESIS (PID2019-104157GB-I00) “Globalización económica y nuevos espacios internacionales: Mercados europeos y redes comerciales bajomedievales en el Mediterráneo occidental” and  GREYWARE (PID2019-103896RJ-I00) “Transformaciones en el uso de cerámica utilitaria de cocción reductora: una aproximación diacrónica y social a los modos de producción y consumo”.

31 August 2020

GRAMP’s attendance to the EAA2020 Virtual Meeting

Grampub 2020 09 01 001GRAMP’s researchers Esther Travé and Joan Vicens have taken part in the virtual edition of the European Archaeologists Assotiation (EAA)’s annual meeting. They presented the posters entitled “Artisan Agency and Endurance of Common Ware Production: Building Post-Medieval Economy and Identity through People-pottery Entanglement” and “Data Modelling for Digital Pottery Repositories: Research Experience of FAIR Data Integration at the Pottery Museum of Quart (Girona, Spain)”. 

14 July 2020

Beginning of archaeological fieldwork in Santa Margarida

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A reduced version of archaeological fieldwork started at the Archaeological Site of Santa Margarita this Monday. This year, due to the current Covid-19 crisis, several GRAMP researchers, in collaboration with the Centre d'Estudis Martorellencs, will excavate at this site without the collaboration of undergraduate students. Archaeological fieldwork will focus on the identification of morphological features of the earliest structures found at the site and their layout. These are presumably from the early Christian period, and they were detected at the end of the previous campaign.

16 September 2020

Archaeological fieldwork at Campelles Tower

Between 14th and 25th September, GRAMP’s researchers carry out another archaeological fieldwork campaign, this time at Campelles Tower (Ripollès), supervised by Albert Pratdesaba. Again in post-COVID circumstances, small teamwork of three archaeologists work on the outside area of the tower and in consolidation tasks. Research is funded by the Diputació de Girona and the Campelles Town Council.

31 August 2020

Contribution of GRAMP’s researchers awarded at the HI4NLP Workshop

Grampub 2020 09 01 003Also this week, GRAMP’s researchers have taken place at the HI4NLP “Hybrid Intelligence for Natural Language Processing” Workshop, hosted at the ECAI2020 – 24th European Conference on Artificial Intelligence taking place online between August 29th and September 8th this year. We introduced the communication entitled “The Semantics of Historical Knowledge. Labelling Strategies for Interdisciplinary and Digital Research in History” by Esther Travé, Pablo del Fresno, Alfred Mauri and Sonia Medina. This contribution has been awarded with the 2nd Prize in the Best Paper Award and an extended version of this paper will be published in a Special Number of the journal Progress in Artificial Intelligence

17 August 2020

Archaeological fieldwork at the site of l’Esquerda

After the end of archaeological fieldwork at the site of Santa Margarida, a new campaign at the site of l’Esquerda has just started. This is an atypical summer in which circumstances forced us to work in reduced teams. This year, excavation is focused on the Iberian layers of the oppidum and the photogrammetric record of the medieval village. He hope it to be fruitful!

10 June 2020

After the quarantine…

After three months in quarantine, GRAMP’s researchers are back to the lab and on-site activity is slowly recuperating its normal routine, according to the reopening plan at the University of Barcelona. Despite the quarantine, these past few months working from home have been useful to prepare ahead some collaborative publications that will come out soon. Find attached through  this link one of the first outcomes.

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