A team of archaeologists presented their important discoveries at the Local Studies Conference in Formentera. These discoveries were made at the archaeological site of Can Celleràs, venda des Monestir, la Mola.
5 Things You Need To Know
- The archaeological site of Can Celleràs in Formentera has revealed significant findings from the 13th century.
- These discoveries include two distinct periods: the Almohad period from 1200 to 1235 and the Aragonese-Catalan conquest period from 1235 to 1300.
- The proximity of the site to the Monastery of Santa María de la Mola led to its archaeological investigation.
- The excavation uncovered two buildings from the Andalusian period, which are unique for this time in the Balearic Islands.
- The excavation also revealed fine ceramics and gaming boards, which will be exhibited at the Faro de la Mola.
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