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Mojácar la Vieja, located in the coastal town of Mojácar in the province of Almería. This excavation was initiated in 2018 by MEMOLab Laboratory (University of Granada, Spain).
The excavation brought to light vestiges of a large castle and two enclosures. The lower sector of the excavation uncovered part of the gate while the upper sector unearthed a complex for the guard with two cisterns. Next to the gate of the interior enclosure appeared part of a well-preserved dwelling and a communal bread oven. In the upper area there was a surface feature corresponding to a large cistern with a single nave and another structure corresponding to the base of a large tower serving as a keep tower donjon.
The site is perched on a hill shaped like of ziggurat due to its many cultivation terraces and archaeological structures. Since it is in a valley with other similar hills, it is popularly known as the “Valley of the Pyramids”.
Info: Delgado Anés & Martín Civantos (2019) https://digibug.ugr.es/handle/10481/58627