Links

Some interesting links you can visit, classified by category:

Archaeological Museums of Spain
http://ceres.mcu.es CERES. Red Digital Collections of Museums of Spain

Is a collective catalog , which includes information and images from a large selection of cultural goods that form the collections of museums all members of the Red Digital Collections of Museums of Spain

http://www.man.es/man/dms/man/estudio/publicaciones/boletin-man/MAN-Bol-2016/MAN-Bol-2016-34-Garcia-Vuelta.pdf Castro culture jewellery findings at Piloña (Asturias, Spain) according to the Museo Arqueológico Nacional records

Óscar García-Vuelta.  Laboratorios de Arqueología. Instituto de Historia (CCHS, CSIC). Publicado en Boletín del Museo Arqueológico Nacional 34/2016,  págs. 99-120.

Websites of Asturias
http://artepaleoliticoenasturias.wordpress.com/ Palaeolithic Art of Asturias

The art of Asturian caves forms one of the most remarkable repertoire of European cave art in its different chronological stages , from the early Upper Palaeolithic to the complex artistic explosion of the final stages magdalenienses , presenting sometimes strong diacronías in the same caves and even in the same sets sets

http://www.castrosdeasturias.es/ HILLFORTS IN ASTURIAS

The Association of Friends of Navia Historical Park this page aims to provide an overview and updated research Castreña Culture in Asturias with particular attention the Chao castro Samartín and its museum.

http://nailos.org/ NAILOS. Interdisciplinary Studies of Archaeology.

It is a scientific publication on archeology and related disciplines annually.

http://flash.gijon.es/museos/guerrasAC/ I ARCHAEOLOGICAL MEETING. THE ASTUR-CANTABRIAN WARS

Cantabrian Wars , not only constitute one of the most important events in the history of the regions N of Hispania which were then incorporated into the Empire, but was also an important political and military events in Rome itself with particular influence in life Octavio Augusto