60 students in physical and forensic anthropology at the University of Granada have made a full week of master practice in "Cristo de la Yedra" school archaeodrome (Granada).
Virtual exhibition of the historical photos collected in Cañar on August 2014. Themes were traditional activities, mountainous landscapes and the recovery of the traditional irrigation systems of Barjas.
Through a series of photographs, the exposition shows the work developed for the recovery of traditional irrigation systems in Sierra Nevada, by the irrigators communities and volunteers working within the MEMOLA project. The recovery techniques were carried out following traditional knowledge and practices, involving different ONGs, associations and stakeholders.
During three days the University of Granada organised a participatory activity with the local Women Association Vista Alegre (Lanteira, Granada). They collaborate cleaning the archaeological ceramic and learned about the differents type of pottery and their chronology. This material is from the archaeological excavation "Pago del Jarafí" (Lanteira, Granada).
On the 5th 2016 of October UGR and ARQUEO organized a guided tour for the Local Women Association Vista Alegre in the archaeological excavation "Pago del Jarafí" (Lanteria, Granada).
On September 30th MEMOLA participated in Granada European Researchers' Night with a guided route through the medieval irrigation channel Acequia Gorda del rio Genil.
UGR & ARQUEO organised, on the 28th of September 2016, a guied tour to the archaeological excavation of "Pago Del Jarafí" (Lanteira) for the students of IES Marquesado del Zenete High School.
The High School Fray Luis of Granada and the University of Granada put toghether an archaeodrome for High School students.
Students between 14 and 15 years old, during their course, have investigated Middle Age and Bronze Age material culture which can be possibly found in a real archaeological excavation and moreover built an archaeodrome.
The University of Granada, in collaboration with archaeology students, built an archaeodrome in the "Jesus-María Cristo de la Yedra" school (Granada).
75 primary students from Cristo de la Yedra school learned to be archaeologists for one day, practicing excavation techniques and methodology, completing archaeological forms and sieving archaeological sediments. They have also learned how to interpret the material culture, identifying the chronology and the functionality of the different structures and finds.