1950 Campaign

The works of the Seminar of Primitive History of Man continued in the months of November and December of 1950 under the direction of Francisco Jordá Cerdá, who was then Director of the Archaeological Museum of Cartagena and Provincial Commissioner of Archaeological Excavations in Murcia.

British archaeologist John Davies Evans, who was in Spain studying the possibility of doing a doctoral thesis on the relationship between El Argar and Anatolia, also took part in the excavations. About 440 square metres were excavated, findings including various walls in a fragmentary state and abundant objects, the most important of which were mills, mortars, sheets and about 10 tombs. In addition, 10 new tombs were excavated and new structures documented.