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Phicaria highlights the submerged treasures of the Mediterranean (04/03/2018)

The Town Hall of Mazarrón and the Popular University of Mazarrón have organized, from March 2 to 4, a new edition of Phicaria, the International Meetings of the Mediterranean that, its seventh edition, have been focused on the recovery of the submerged archaeological heritage.

Pedro Martinez, Councilor for Culture of the City Council of Mazarrón and the director of the International University of the Sea, Raquel Sánchez, opened a meeting that brought together European university experts in Mazarrón.

At the inaugural table, José María López, director of the Popular University of Mazarrón and Sebastián F. Ramallo, of the University of Murcia, were also present.

After the opening, the Carmen García Rivera cycle of the Underwater Archeology Center opened with the conference "The Delta Project, an example of research and protection of the underwater archaeological heritage of Andalusia".

Carlos de Juan Fuentes of the Universitá di Bologna continued with the paper entitled "The wreck Bou Ferrer (Villajoyosa) Protection and dissemination measures".

Saturday 3 March was the turn for Gustav Vivar Lombarte of the Underwater Archeology Center of Catalonia with an intervention focused on the practical examples of the last 10 years of archaeological material conservation in his work center.

Continued Michelle Stefanille of the Universitá degli Studi di Napoli will talk about the study and conservation of the submerged remains of Campania and Latium.

In the afternoon, Andrea Camilli from the Sopritendeza per i Beni Archeologici della Toscana gave the lecture "The naves and the Museum of the ships of Pisa".

Subsequently, Sauro Gelichi of the Universitá Ca'Foscari di Venezia and Simon Keay of the University of Southampton spoke about the "Boats in the delta del Po" and the "Great Port of Rome".

On Sunday, March 4, Milagros Buendía and Juan Luis Sierra of the National Museum of Underwater Archeology offered a lecture entitled "The Conservation of Ivory of Underwater Origin: The Elephant Defenses of the Bass of the Bell of the Arqua".

The last intervention, before the closure, was by Felipe Cerezo of the University of Cádiz and was entitled "From extraction to the valorization of historical wrecks, conceptual evolution of the value of underwater finds".

Finally, the Closing of the Conferences and Delivery of Diplomas took place.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Mazarrón

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