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Eduardo Ferrer Albelda

He graduated in Geography and History at the University of Seville, where he graduated in 1988 and received his PhD in 1995.

Since 1996 he has been a professor in the Department of Prehistory and Archaeology, and in 2017 he obtained the Chair of Archaeology. His main lines of research focus on various aspects of Phoenician-Punic culture, on ancient geography and Tartessus.

He carried out the Doctoral Thesis on "The Punics in Iberia. Historiographic and archaeological analysis of the Punic presence in the south of the Iberian Peninsula", and this has been one of the priority lines of his research in various aspects: historiography, settlement, religiosity, political identity and ethnic identity. This line of research includes the research projects Stimnides and Forgotten Tartessus (in the museums), of which he is the principal investigator.

Likewise, other lines of research that he carries out are the studies of population (urbanism, settlements, rural environment) in the Lower Guadalquivir during the I millennium B.C. Even one of the future lines of research is framed in the study of Tartessus from the cartography elaborated in all the history of the investigations, from the XVI century to the present time.

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