They find the burial complex of the Visigoths in the Cantabrian cave of La Garma.


Archaeologists working 25 years in a Cantabrian cave Garma restored burial ensemble of the Visigothic period from the depths of the cavity, a basal gallery formed by two grave deposits with human remains, swords and other metal objects in excellent condition.

The remains were discovered by speleologist Mariano Luis Serna during environmental studies, who went down to an underground river on the lower level of La Garma to take water samples, and were rescued incomplex archaeological operation.

The leaders of the excavation of this World Heritage Cave, Pablo Arias and Roberto Ontagnon, believe that this one of the most unusual burial ensembles discovered in recent years in the Iberian Peninsula due to its preservation and the location where the bodies were buried around 700.


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