Monumentalidad funeraria del Bronce en el sur de la península ibérica: la necrópolis de La Orden Seminario (Huelva).

@inproceedings{LinaresCatela2020MonumentalidadFD,
  title={Monumentalidad funeraria del Bronce en el sur de la pen{\'i}nsula ib{\'e}rica: la necr{\'o}polis de La Orden Seminario (Huelva).},
  author={Jos{\'e} Antonio Linares-Catela},
  year={2020}
}
The permanence of megalithic architecture during the Bronze Age in the Iberian Peninsula is one of the elements highlighted in recent research, interpreting the continuity of architectures and funerary practices in various ways. The microspatial excavation, the architectural analysis of the tombs, the anthropological study and the establishment of the chronology of the funerary activity of the necropolis of La Orden-Seminario have made it possible to characterise the existence of a funerary… 
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