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Diego Ruiz Mata

Professor of Prehistory. President of the Foundation for Phoenician Mediterranean Studies. Corresponding Academician of the RAH for Cadiz. Designer and creator of the Cultural, Archaeological and Recreational Park of the Mountain Range of San Cristóbal (El Puerto de Santa María, Cádiz). About the Castillo de Doña Blanca and the Phoenicians.

Specialising in Recent Prehistory of the SW peninsular, Tartessos and Phoenicians Important sites excavated: (Cerro Macareno, in Seville, Colina de los Quemados in Córdoba, Cerro Salomón in Riotinto, San Bartolomé metallurgical settlement in Almonte, Huelva, Cabezo de San Pedro in Huelva, The Phoenician city and necropolis of Castillo de Doña Blanca (from 1979 to the present day), several protohistoric and Copper Age sites in the municipality of El Puerto de Santa María.

Studies of territories in the Guadalete-Guadalete-Guadalquivir area. He is currently finishing the following books: "Tarsis y Tartesos. A historiographical and archaeological vision". Excavations in the Phoenician city of Castillo de Doña Blanca (1979-2005). Second volume of "La Bahía gaditana y el origen de Occidente. One hundred themes that help to explain it". Monographic book on the cellar of the Sierra de San Cristóbal. Monograph on tumulus 1 of the necropolis of Las Cumbres and a series of articles commissioned for Spanish and foreign journals. He is also working on the publication of the 8th century Phoenician ceramics from the Castillo de Doña Blanca, a monograph and a book on the material from the Final Bronze Age in Huelva, Bajo Guadalquivir and Cádiz.

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