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2012 – Underwater Archaeological Survey in the Port of Sanitja ...

2012 – Underwater Archaeological Survey in the Port of Sanitja ...

2012 – Underwater Archaeological Survey in the Port of Sanitja

Sanisera Archaeology Field School 2012 Underwater Archaeological Survey in the Port of Sanitja MENORCA, BALEARIC ISLANDS (SPAIN) 1. General information The Cape of Cavalleria Ecomuseum offers yearly an underwater archaeological field school on the island of Menorca, off the coast of Spain. Menorca is the easternmost island of the Balearic Islands (Ibiza, Mallorca and Menorca) and enjoys a Mediterranean climate, calm and pleasant. Menorca is located in the centre of the West Mediterranean sea. Because of its geographical location, it has played an important role throughout history, and has been a strategic vantage point for many civilizations. Punics, Romans, Arabs, English, French, and Spanish have all conquered Menorca in an attempt to dominate the Mediterranean sea. Romans first arrived to Menorca in the year 123 BC, when the Roman army conquered the Balearic Islands. For the following 600 years, Menorca was a part of the immense Roman empire. On the island they founded three cities. Of those cities, Sanisera (our archaeological site) was built around the port of Sanitja. The city flourished due to the heavy maritime commerce that received boats going from Spain to Italy and from France to Africa. Sanisera and the port of Sanitja are located in the northernmost part of the island, next to the Ecomuseum of the Cape of Cavalleria. Since 1996, the Ecomuseum has organised international courses in archaeology.

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