The results of the excavations carried out in the Cova del Barranc Migdia Xàbia between 2009 and 2012 may be until next April at the Archaeological Museum of Alicante.
The exhibition, which reveals in detail the work and the process of research being conducted at the burial site, consists of unpublished pieces that have never before been exhibited for being in the study.
The president of the Provincial Council of Alicante Luisa Pastor and the mayor of the municipality José Chulvi the sample presented last week by the Deputy Culture Juan Bautista Rosello, Technical Director MARQ Manuel Olcina, the curators of the exhibition Jorge A. Soler, Joaquim Esquembre Bolufer and Marcus Aurelius, as well as members of the provincial corporation.
The exhibition, the result of joint work between the provincial institution and the Archaeological Museum i Etnogràfic Municipal "Soler Blasco" consists of various display panels reviewing the characteristics of the cave, the remains found, its historical context and the whole process of excavation and subsequent listing. In addition, the collection exhibits some of the pieces located in the excavations and includes an area of augmented reality that allows visitors to virtually access this enclave, which otherwise would be almost impossible because of its difficult location to 375 meters above the sea level.
Said Chulvi "The recovery of the Barranc del Migdia cave and its enhancement is for Xàbia and the Marina Alta one of the largest archaeological research initiatives that has offered human and material remains of the first settlers around the area. It montgó. We have always wanted to bring the site closer to the municipality and with this initiative we have not only succeeded, but we have also extended it to the rest of the province to show all the work done ".