8th of October 2011: According to their father José, whom had recently separated from their mother Ruth Ortiz, two-year-old José and… Read more The Breton Murders: Bone Identification and Taphonomy in 21st-Century Spain
‘Side Note’: Altamira Re-Opening After 12 years closed to visitors, Altamira cave, known for its spectacular paintings dating to the… Read more The Boars from Altamira: Fact or Fiction?
Turrón, or nougat candy, is a popular Christmas sweet in Spain, which comes in many consistencies and flavours. At home… Read more Swiss Chocolate and La Tène Culture
I have just returned from a two-week trip in Japan. I’m completely enamoured with the country, its people and all… Read more Japan, Jomon and Scarlett Johansson
Did Neanderthals Self-Medicate? I first came across the work of Dr Karen Hardy (ICREA, Spain) and colleagues on ancient dental calculus at… Read more NeanderKamomil: A Soothing Solution You Can Trust
A few weeks ago I began writing about horse burgers with the intention of discussing prehistoric eating habits in Britain.… Read more Equid Consumption in the Palaeolithic
Just over two years ago Prince Albert II of Monaco visited the northern Spanish region of Cantabria. Whereas Albert II… Read more Cantabrian Prehistory & Albert I of Monaco