Guidebook. Prehistory

The first chronological modules explore the origins of humanity, the earliest records of the presence of humans on the Iberian Peninsula, and cultural development during the ages when scavenging, hunting and gathering were the only survival mechanisms known to human beings (The Palaeolithic Universe).

The module Late Prehistoric Landscapes and Societies describes the first cultural periods and the productive economic activities carried out by human beings in the Neolithic, Chalcolithic (or Copper Age) and Bronze Age, during which farming, animal husbandry, the use of different metals and a social hierarchy emerged and developed.


Un continente hostil

Talla de un bifaz

Genoma neanderthal

Campamento magdaleniense

Arte rupestre paleolítico

Cambio climático

Arte rupestre postpaleolítico


Los Millares


Roquizal de Rullo