During the archaeological activities in 2013 many isolated fragments of Tarraconensis Amphorae were discovered, in a place not easily accessible and close to the coast. In these first days of the new campaign 2014 of The Sanisera
During the first session of the 2014 season, the underwater students have been surveying an area just outside the natural port of Sanisera (Sanitja, Menorca, Balearic Island, Spain). The survey methodology being used is called linear survey.
Studies by The Sanisera Field School have revealed important data on trade of alcoholic beverages in the waters of The Roman Harbour of Sanitja. Several boats seem to have carried some kind of fermented vegetable substance. However,
The Sanisera Archaeology Institute held last year an exceptional discovery that shows the existence of Punic vessels in The Sanitja Port, northern Menorca in the pre-Roman period. There are few known examples in the waters of Menorca,
The Sanisera Field School organizes underwater archeology works for more than 10 years in Sanitja, a port located where in Roman times was founded the city of Sanisera, in the north of the island. Recently, in early
Brooke Mealey came to Menorca from Connecticut, USA. He has a bachelor’s degree in Anthropology from the Southern Connecticut State University, and a MA in Archaeology from the University College of London (UCL). Brooke has spent two
How was the Sanisera Field School project born? The Sanisera Archaeology Institute started in 1992. We offer courses focused on the survey and excavation of the Roman city of Sanisera, located in the north of Menorca (Balearic