Buildind for Economy

Between September 15 and 16, 2021, the online Conference “Building for Economy. New Perspectives on the Economic Take-Off in Southern Europe (1,050-1,300)” took place, organised by the CSIC and other organisations within the framework of the ERC project Petrifying Wealth. The Southern European Shift to Masonry as Collective Investment in Identity, c. 1050-1300. You can see here the full program.

Josep Torró has participated with the presentation “‘Extrahere cequiam’. Construcción de canales e hidráulica agraria en la Corona de Aragón (1170-1300)” (In English “‘Extrahere cequiam’. Construction of Canals and Agrarian Hydraulics in the Crown of Aragon (1170-1300)”.

Andarella Canal excavation

During the spring of 2021, the archaeological excavation of an abandoned fragment of the Andarella canal took place in la Llum neighborhood of the city of Valencia. This canal is one of the three main branches that formed the Séquia de Mislata, which at the same time is a of the eight main canals that make up the Huerta de Valencia.

The excavation, planned by Ferran Esquilache, member of Landscapes of Conquest, was directed by Víctor Algarra, and archaeologists Paloma Berrocal and Bence Kovacs also participated. The works were financed by the research project “The management of the Andalusi agrarian inheritance: modifications and transformations carried out in irrigated espaces after the Christian conquest in the Kingdom of Valencia, 13th-16th Centuries (UJI-A2018-07)“, of the Jaume I University of Castelló, and its main purpose was to date the origin of the canal.

Finally, the conservation conditions of the canal, with an internal concrete work, did not allow dating the first phase of the canal, but it was possible to study the stratigraphy of the canal and the changes produced in the width of the canal over the centuries. .

You can see a summary of the excavation in this video recorded during the Works, with in situ explanations of the Results by the archaeologists portal (in Catalan and Spanish).

Agriculture and Irrigation. The Iberian Peninsula and Central Asia Confrontation

Last April 2021 the virtual meeting “Agriculture and Irrogation in the Middle Ages. The Iberian Peninsula and Central Asia Confrontation” took place, organized by the Consolidated Group of Medieval Studies Space, Power and Culture of the University of Lleida in collaboration with the Tashkent Institute of Irrigation and Agricultural Mechanization Engineers-TIIAME (Uzbekistan). Here you can see the full program.

Among others, Enric Guinot, a member of Landscapes of Conquest, participated with the presentation “Irrigation in Transition at 13th century. From al Andalus, Feudal World in Medieval Valencia tone”.


‘Rebuilding the landscape’ Seminar

castelloOn March 25, 2021, the “Reconstruint el paisatge. Transformacions en l’espai i la gestió dels recursos durant la colonització ibèrica medieval (segles XII-XVI)”, organized by Ferran Esquilache, member of Landscapes of Conquest, and by Vicent Baydal from FORVAL.

The seminar was financed by the project “La gestión de la ‘herencia’ agraria andalusí: modificaciones y trasformaciones realizadas en espacios irrigados tras la conquista cristiana en el reino de Valencia. Siglos XIII-XVI (UJI-A2018-07)”, from the Jaume I University.

The participants were:

  • Míriam Parra (Universitat d’Alacant): De la alquería islámica a la alquería feudal: la transformación de las unidades de poblamiento y de explotación agraria tras la conquista cristiana en el paisaje rural oriolano
  • Ferran Esquilache (Universitat Jaume I): Els parcel·laris del senyor. Construcció i ampliació de sistemes d’irrigació per a colons cristians i per a musulmans sotmesos en el regne de València al segle XIII.
  • Ignacio Díaz (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona): El colonialisme de població i l’apropiació indirecta del treball indígena: els casos d’Olvera (Cadis) i Agüimes (Gran Canària). Segles XIV-XVI
  • Guillermo García-Contreras (Universidad de Granada) i altres: Una frontera en transformación. Recursos arqueológicos y paleoambientales en el impacto de la expansión feudal en el este de Guadalajara (siglos XI-XIV)
  • Alexandre Mateu (Universitat de València): La Boatella: de raval islàmic a barri cristià. Reordenació urbana i transformació de l’hàbitat a la València dels segles XIII i XIV

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, there were no audiences in the room, but it was broadcast online with notable public success. In addition, the presentations were recorded and are uploaded on YouTube at your disposal.

New book: water for bread, water for sugar

pa i sucreOn January 17, 2020 the work ” Aigua per al pa, aigua per al sucre. La construcció de els séquies de Palma i d’en March a l’Alfàs de l’Horta de Gandia” was presented, published by the University of Lleida at the end of 2019.

The two authors, Ferran Esquilache (member of Landscapes of Conquest) and Frederic Aparisi, participated in the presentation. Likewise, the event was opened by the municipal archaeologist of Gandia and director of the host museum, Joan Negre.

The book is a study of agrarian archeology that combines the use of medieval written sources and morphological interpretation on two hydraulic systems of the Huerta de Gandia. It is the Alfaç de Palma Canal, built in the 13th century for the installation of Christian settlers in the villages of Palma and Ador, and secondly the En March’s Canal, built in the 15th century by the well-known poet Ausias March, who was lord of Beniarjó, to promote the sugar cane plantation. Despite the chronological distance between both systems, both are characterized by being constructions that are explained by their feudal character, driven by lords in order to increase the production of their vassals and, therefore, increase their rent extraction.

If you are interested in this book you can buy it here.



New dossier about irrigation in Andalusian times from Afers journal

The journal Afers. Fulls de recerca i pensament has just published its number 93 (end of 2019), which includes a dossier dedicated to irrigation and hydraulic uses in Andalusi times that has been coordinated by Ferran Esquilache, a member of Landscapes of Conquest. Below is the list of articles published, and in this link you can buy the magazine if it is of your interest.

  • Ferran ESQUILACHE: Espais irrigats i aprofitaments hidràulics a l’est i al sud d’al-Àndalus (Introducció)
  • Miquel BARCELÓ: Algunes coses que potser cal tenir en compte quan s’estudien espais irrigats
  • Miriam PARRA VILLAESCUSA: Sobre l’origen de l’Horta d’Oriola. Regadiu i espais agrícoles andalusins a la Vega Baixa del Segura (segles VIII-XI)
  • Dominique AVIÑÓ MCCHESNEY: L’horta i el Palmar d’Elx en època andalusina: una proposta arqueològica de reconstrucció sobre el seu origen
  • Ferran ESQUILACHE: L’organització hidràulica en dos husun rurals de l’amal d’Alzira. Les hortes fluvials de la Vall d’Alcalà en època andalusina
  • Antonio MALPICA CUELLO i Guillermo GARCÍA-CONTRERAS RUIZ: La gestió de l’aigua en les zones humides de l’actual Andalusia en època andalusina
  • Félix RETAMERO: Reg antic i colonització. El conflicte entre les alqueries morisques de Canillas de Albaida i Cómpeta (Axarquía de Màlaga, segle XVI)
  • Antoni VIRGILI: Els primers processos de colonització agrària del prat de Tortosa: l’Aldea (segles XII-XIII)

Seminar UAM: ‘Frontera, Fortificación y Territorio en la Edad Media’

torreOn April 10, 2019 Professor Josep Torró, a member of Landscapes of Conquest, participated in the Permanent Seminar ‘Frontera, Fortificación y Territorio en la Edad Media’, at the Autonomous University of Madrid, where he gave the lecture “Frontera, fortificación y asentamientos cristianos en el reino de Valencia Frontera, fortificación y asentamientos cristianos en el reino de Valencia”. In it he spoke of various aspects of the transformations that took place after the Christian conquest of the Kingdom of Valencia in the middle of the 13th century.

Book presentation: Els constructors

On April 2, 2019, the new book by Ferran Esquilache, “Els constructors de l’Horta de València. Origen, evolució i estructura social d’una gran horta andalusina entre els segles VIII i XIII”, was presented at the Museum of History of Valencia.

Javier Martí, director of the Museum, who acted as host, first intervened. Then Enric Guinot spoke as co-director of the Càtedra de l’Horta de València, which organized the event. In third place Josep Torró spoke, who made the presentation itself and explained the particularities of the book. And, finally, the author, who made an informative summary of the content.

Below is the video with the entire act, in case it is of your interest:

The “Càtedra de l’Horta de València – Territori metripolità” presentation

presentaciocatedrahortaRecently, the new “Catedra de l’Horta -Territori Metropolità” of the University of Valencia, financed by the Valencia City Council, has been presented, of which Professor Enric Guinot, from Landscapes of Conquest, has been appointed co-director.

In the presentation session at the Faculty of Geography and History of the same university, the councilor of Horta in the City Council, Consol Castillo, the vice-dean Jorge Hermosilla, and the two new co-directors, the medievalist historian Enric Guinot and the geographer Joan Carles Membrado participated.

Here you can see the new web page with all the resources it includes about the Huerta de Valencia.

New book: Els constructors de l’Horta de València

constructorsA new book by Ferran Esquilache, a member of Landscapes of Conquest, has just been published. It is the result of his doctoral thesis. It is “Els constructors de l’Horta de València. Origen, evolució i estructura social d’una gran horta andalusina entre els segles VIII i XIII” (2018), published by Publicacions de la Universitat de València.

Abstract: La Huerta de Valencia es el área irrigada histórica más grande y conocida del Mediterráneo occidental y durante mucho tiempo se discutió cuales habían sido sus verdaderos orígenes, que ahora sabemos vinculados, sin duda, al periodo de al-Andalus. Más allá de este debate, la presente obra emplea los métodos de la arqueología hidráulica y el análisis morfológico de las estructuras agrarias para analizar la formación y la evolución de la huerta en relación con la sociedad andalusí, que se erige como el auténtico objeto de estudio. ¿En qué momento, cómo y por qué forjaron y ampliaron los grupos campesinos andalusíes la Huerta de Valencia? Aquí se proponen varias fases de construcción, que parecen estar relacionadas con la evolución y los cambios sociales que se produjeron durante aquella época, e incluso se plantea una hipótesis de adscripción cronológica para cada fase. También se analiza el papel de la ciudad de Valencia en la formación de la huerta, como sede del mercado y del poder, así como el papel que pudieron tener los diversos estados islámicos andalusís en toda aquella evolución, en el contexto de una sociedad tributaria como era la andalusí.


At this link you can see the index of the work and it can be purchased, both the paper version and in e-book. You can also see a trailer on Google books here.

Power and Peasant Communities in al-Andalus and Maghreb

granadacartellBetween November 8 and 10, 2018, the Congress “Power and rural communities in al-Andalus and the Maghreb (12th-15th centuries)” was held at the University of Granada, organized by Adela Fábregas and Alberto García Porras. Josep Torró and Ferran Esquilache, from Landscapes of Conquest, have participated.

  • Josep Torró: Consideraciones sobre las aljamas del Sharq al-Andalus en el siglo XIII
  • Ferran Esquilache: Sobre la limitada intervención del Estado en la construcción de las grandes huertas de al-Andalus. El caso de la Huerta de Valencia.

It is possible to see the complete program in this link.







New book: Trigo y ovejas

The book “Trigo y ovejas. El impacto de las conquistas en los paisajes andalusíes (siglos XI-XVI)” has been published. It’s edited by Josep Torró and Enric Guinot, members of Landscapes of Conquest. The English translation is “Wheat and sheep. The impact of the conquests on Andalusian landscapes (XI-XVI Centuries)”.

Abstract: Los trabajos reunidos en esta obra estudian la formación de nuevos órdenes agrarios que acompañó a la colonización cristiana de los territorios ibéricos conquistados a al-Andalus, desde finales del siglo XI hasta los inicios de la Época Moderna. La apropiación de los espacios agrarios creados por los musulmanes fue seguida por reorientaciones profundas que alteraron los ecosistemas agro-pastorales en función del éxito de las migraciones propiciadas por las conquistas y de los factores técnicos experimentados en las regiones de procedencia. Las distintas contribuciones comprenden visiones tanto del reino de Castilla como de la Corona de Aragón, pero a pesar de su diversidad, estas transformaciones comparten una lógica común, un «cambio de escala» determinado por criterios extensivos, que contrasta con el carácter intensivo de los espacios agrarios andalusíes y el sentido del límite que subyace en su concepción.

At this link you can see the index of the book and buy it.

Pastures and Communal management Seminar – UAB

seminariramaderia-4El 27 de novembre de 2017 ha tingut lloc a la Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona el “II Seminari de Pastures i Gestions Comunals”, organitzat pels investigadors predoctorals Ignacio Díaz i Nuria Pacheco, del Grup de recerca ARAEM.

Ferran Esquilache ha participat amb una conferència titulada “La irrigació a les grans hortes andalusines: reg tribal i reg comunal”, i en el debat posterior realitzat a partir de la seua ponència i la de la professora Margarita Fernández Mier, de la Universitat d’Oviedo. Podeu veure més informació a la pàgina web del Grup ARAEM.








Settlement and agrarian landscapes in the gulf of Valencia

congresmanresaBetween October 21th and 23th 2016 Manresa, in Catalonia, will be hosting the 10th Conference of the Coordinadora de Centres d’Estudis de Parla Catalana, as this year is about to “Resources and territory. Historic Perspective and news balances“.

Josep Torró will take part whit the paper “Les transformacions medievals del poblament i del paisatge agrari a les terres del Golf de València”.

Irrigation continuity?

alguaireBetween October 20th and 22th 2016 the village of Alguaire, in Catalonia, will be hosting the 9th Conference about Agrarian systems, social organization and local power, as this year is about to “Historic Irrigation: Peasants, History and Heritage”.

Ferran Esquilache, collaborator in Landscapes of Conquest team, will take part whit the paper “Una herència reconstruïda. Canvis físics i institucionals en les hortes fluvials andalusines després de la conquesta cristiana” (translation: A rebuilt legacy. Physical and institutional changes in Andalusian river irrigated areas (hortes) after the Christian conquest).

Wetlands of Medieval Andalusia


In March 2016 the new research project of the group “Toponimia, Historia y Arqueología del Reino de Granada”, from University of Granada, was presented in the village of Padul, in Granada. Undoubtedly, this project is called, in the coming years, to be a leader in research on landscape archaeology from Al-Andalus and wetlands in particular.

Among the invited speakers was Josep Torró, with the paper “Los humedales valencianos en la Edad Media: utilización, modificación y transformación“.

You can see the full program here.


Ferran Esquilache defends his PhD. thesis


Last January 15th 2016 Ferran Esquilache, collaborator in this research group, read his Thesis at the Faculty of Geography and History of the University of Valencia. It was entitled “Els espais agraris i l’estructura social d’una gran horta fluvial andalusina. La construcció i evolució de l’Horta de València entre els segles VIII i XIII” (Title in English: “The Agrarian Spaces and Social Structures from a Large Andalusian Irrigated Area. Building and Evolution of the Horta of Valencia between 8th and 13th centuries”), and it was supervised by Ph. Doctor Enric Guinot. The tribunal was composed of Ph. Doctor Antonio Malpica Cuello as president, from University of Granada, Ph. Doctor Helena Kirchner as chair, from Autonomous University of Barcelona, and Ph. Doctor Josep Torró as secretary, from University of Valencia. This thesis was qualified with the grade Summa cum laude.

It has been a long time that hydraulic archaeology has proven to be an indispensable methodology for the study of Andalusian society. This thesis intends to apply it in a large fluvial huerta of Andalusian origins in order to analyse, from physical structures such as hydraulic systems and settlements, the characteristics of that society, and to see how it evolved over the time before the Christian conquest of the thirteenth century. The research shows that it was a tribal society, as defined by Pierre Guichard over 35 years ago, and that is clearly reflected in the morphology of hydraulic systems and spaces that formed the Huerta of Valencia at that time. The dissertation has also addressed the role of the city of Valencia and the various Andalusian states in the configuration and evolution of that vast suburban hydraulic area.

Rural History 2015

rualhistorygironaBetween September 7th and 10th the city of Girona (Catalonia) will be hosting the Rural History 2015, the great meeting about the European Rural History. We can see hear the website and the complete program in pdf.

  • Enric Guinot and Ferran Esquilache take part with the paper “Governing irrigation. The conflict between feudal power and collective management in the medieval and pre-modern Horta of Valencia”, in the panel The management of natural resources in the medieval Iberian Peninsula. Common institutions?.

    Abstract: Traditionally, historiography has considered the irrigator groups in the huerta of Valencia as examples of self-managed communities, or instances of collective action. This was the perspective followed by Elionor Ostrom, who used them to illustrate the management of common-pool resources. According to Ostrom, communal institutions that manage to survive over time share eight characteristics in their design. It should be noted, however, that Ostrom did not study Valencian irrigation communities first-hand. In recent years, our growing understanding of the huerta and the management models followed therein has improved. It is, therefore, pertinent to examine whether the information with which Ostrom worked and, it follows, her conclusions about the reasons for the survival of the huerta of Valencia, remain valid. This paper will focus on the legal origins of these irrigation institutions and their internal form of organization; on the social origin of their members; and in whose hands ultimate control rested.

Extraction of soil samples in the wetland of Peniscola

Now you can see in the Gallery the photographs of trial pits we did in the month of June 2015 in the wetland of Peniscola to extract soil samples, with the intention of dating its dry and the built of the agricultural plots.

Vegetal landscapes and Medieval Archaeology

paisatges_vegetasls_granadaIn June 15th and 16th 2015 the University of Granada will be hosting the 16th Conference of Medieval Archaeology. Every year it’s organized by the research group “Toponimia, Historia y Arqueología del Reino de Granada”, run by Antonio Malpica. This year will be about vegetal landscapes in medieval context. You can see hear the program in pdf (Spanish).

  • Josep Torró take part with the paper: “De humedales a campos de cereales. La transformación medieval del paisaje vegetal en el litoral valenciano (siglos XIII-XVI)”.

Extraction of soil samples in horta of Montcada

SAMSUNG DIGITAL CAMERANow you can see in the Gallery the photographs of trial pits we did in the month of January 2015 in the irrigated area of Montcada-Benifaraig (Horta of Valencia) to extract soil samples, with the intention of dating the built of the agricultural terraces.

Colonization Processes


Cocentaina: Christian town of medieval colonization and Muslim segregated suburb

In February 25th 2015 Josep Torró is going to take part in the Seminar 2014-2015 of the Group of Research in Empires, Metropolis and Extra-Europeans Societies (GRIMSE), on the Pompeu Fabra University of Barcelona.

Paper: “Processos de colonització a l’Edat Mitjana: el regne de València en el seu context”.

Hydraulic Archaeology in Algemesí

Lydia Castan gave a lecturer in Algemesí (Valencia) about the Hydraulic Archaelogy in this area. Her work is based on the study of the Séquia Reial de Xúquer. BercaTV News offers this report (in Catalan).

Land Use and Management in Western Europe

land use and managementOn the 18th and 19th of December of 2014 the University of Valencia will be hosting an international seminar on Land Use and Management in Western Europe (12th-15th centuries), the first of a series of meetings among medieval historians from various European countries interested in rural history. This series originates from a meeting held in Valencia in January 2014 with the goal of sharing the results of a research carried out in the last years by groups from different countries of Western Europe, from the UK to Italy, from the Netherlands and Belgium to France and Spain, on the rural world in the late Middle Ages, as well as to develop a common agenda for the coming years, which includes as a featured aspect seminars on specialized topics.

Enric Guinot and Josep Torró take part with the paper: “From the Conquest Large Donations to Plot Fragmentation: Emphyteutic Exploitation and Market of Rents in Valencia (13th-14th Centuries)”.

You can see more information in the conference’s web.

Irrigation, Society, Landscape. Tribute to T.F. Glick


Between the 25th and 27th of September 2014, the Conference Irrigation, Society and Landscape will be held at the Polytechnic University of Valencia. The meeting aspires to bring together all those researchers and professionals interested in traditional irrigation, in order to discuss and reflect on the past, present and future of these natural and cultural systems.


You can see the program and all papers in the conference web.


Enric Guinot and Josep Torró take part in a round table about Irrigation History and Hydraulic Archaeology.

Ferran Esquilache takes part with the paper “La cuestión de la proporcionalidad en la distribución del agua de riego. El caso de la acequia de Favara (huerta de Valencia)”.

Lecture about the Torre de les Maçanes

 Josep Torró give a lecture on May 3th 2014, in the Archaeological Museum of Alicante (MARQ) about the Torre de les Maçanes.


Wasser – Wege – Wissen auf der iberischen Halbinsel vom Römischen Imperium bis zur muselmanischen Herrschaft


Enric Guinot and Josep Torró take part in the International Conference Wasser – Wege – Wissen auf der iberischen Halbinsel vom Römischen Imperium bis zur muselmanischen Herrschaft / Agua, vías, conocimientos en la Península Ibérica desde el Imperio Romano hasta el poder musulmán. It will be in the Center of Conferences of Elx, May 20th to 23th 2014.

See here the program.


  • Enric Guinot (May 21th, 17:30h): La gestión del agua y los paisajes irrigados en la Valencia bajo medieval // Wassermanagement und bewässerte Landschaften im spätmittelalterlichen Valencia

  • Josep Torró (May 22th, 16:00h.): Landwirtschaftliche Raumregelung in der muselmanischen Zeit im Königreich Valencia // Ordenación del espacio agrario en la época musulmana en Valencia

First Seminar of Medieval Archaeology Miquel Barceló

seminaribarcelo1Josep Torro takes part in the 1st Seminari d’Arqueologia Medieval Miquel Barceló. It will be in Autonomous University of Barcelona, May 6th, 13th and 20th 2014.

Paper (May 6th): “Secans i marjals. L’expasió agraria del regne de València després de la conquesta”.

See program here (in Catalan)

Kilian Cuerda in the Medieval Studies Seminar of the University of Valencia

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Kilian Cuerda takes part in the Medieval Studies Seminar at the Medieval History Department of the University of Valencia, with the paper “L’ordenació social de l’espai i infraestructures productives a les muntanyes del Sharq Al-Andalus: horta i secà a la Calderona”. Valencia, March 4th 2014.

Simposio de arqueología agraria: Producción y gestión de las cosechas en al-Andalus

Josep Torro takes part in the Simposio de arqueología agraria: Producción y gestión de las cosechas en al-Andalus. It will be in Murcia, November 7th-8th 2013.

Paper: “Majzan. Almacenes andalusíes en la documentación cristiana”

See program here

XXXIVe Rencontres Internationales d’archéologie et d’histoire d’Antibes


Josep Torró, Enric Guinot and Ferran Esquilache take part in the XXXIVe Rencontres Internationales d’archéologie et d’histoire d’Antibes, October 15th-17th 2013.

Paper: La transformation du milieu littoral dans une société médiévale de conquête : le royaume de Valence (c. 1240-c. 1330).

See program here

Ruralia X. Agrarian Technology in the Medieval Landscape

Josep Torró takes part in Ruralia X, in Smolenice castle, Slovakia. September 9th-15th 2013.

Paper: Agricultural Drainage technology in medieval Mediterranean Iberia (13th – 16th centuries)

See program here

International Medieval Meeting Lleida 2013


Josep Torró, Enric Guinot and Ferran Esquilache take part in the International Medieval Meeting Lleida (26th to 28th June 2013). The session will be: “Agrarian Archaeology: Irrigation, drainage, dry agriculture and pastures in Al-Andalus”, chaired by Helena Kirchner

  • Josep Torró: Una qarya sense sistema de reg. L’espai agrari d’Aialt (Castell de Castells), s. XIII-XVI.
  • Enric Guinot: Els espais irrigats dels pobles-castell del Túria (Benaguasil, Riba-roja i Vilamarxant).
  • Ferran Esquilache: El paper de les tribus amazic en la construcció de sistemes hidràulics fluvials. La séquia dels Hawwara a l’horta de València.



Friday May 3, 2013

10:00 Presentation
10:30 La ciudad perdida de Bobastro. Hispanos, musulmanes y la revuelta de Ibn Hafsûn
Virgilio Martínez Enamorado (Escuela de Estudios Árabes de Granada – CSIC)
11:30 Documentary: Bobastro e Ibn Hafsun (Arqueomanía), 10:31’
11:45 Pause
12:00 “Como si fueran estrellas”. Los graneros fortificados en al-Andalus
Jorge Eiroa (Universidad de Murcia)
13:00 Documentary: Le grenier de falaise d’Aoujgal (Aït Abdi, Haut Atlas, Maroc),
AGHARAS production, Jean-Paul Cheylan et Liliane Dumont, 33:16’
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16:30 Fugint de la conquesta. Arqueologia d’un refugi d’andalusins a la Serra d’Artà (Mallorca)
Helena Kirchner (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)
17:30 Documentary: Els sistemes de reg d’Oman 15’
17:45 Pause
18:00 Balansiya. Arqueologia de la València andalusina
Javier Martí (Museu d’Història de València)
19:00 Closing



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Enric Guinot in the Medieval Studies Seminar of the University of Valencia

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Enric Guinot takes part in the Medieval Studies Seminar at the Medieval History Department of the University of Valencia, with the paper “Les transformacions del paisatge rural arran de la conquesta del segle XIII”. Valencia, April 29th 2013

Ferran Esquilache in the Medieval Studies Seminar of the University of Valencia

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Ferran Esquilache takes part in the Medieval Studies Seminar at the Medieval History Department of the University of Valencia, with the paper “L’arqueologia hidràulica en les gran hortes fluvials. Els orígens andalusins de l’horta de València i la seua evolució després de la conquesta de Jaume I”. Valencia, November 5th 2012

Antoni Mas in the University of Valencia

Friday April 20th 2012 Antoni Mas Fornés takes part in the Seminar of Medieval History at the University of Valencia, with a conference entitled “Colonització feudal i canvi paisatgístic a Mallorca