Tomb 130 Necrópolis Ibérica de Cerro Santuario

Necrópolis Ibérica de Cerro Santuario

Tomb 130

It is one of the chambers excavated Presedo in one of his first excavations, this tomb has a very similar structure to which we have seen in the chamber 179, a tomb of cista six slabs they do in the burial chamber and the interior has three banks, is quite interesting because when I Presedo the dig was covered by a kind of mastaba of adobe, probably a mound that finally amortized and that box were two stone slabs, and to raise the two stone slabs appeared that the tomb It was empty, was the trousseau directly placed more or less in its original position more or less as some objects had fallen, say it is the dream of every archaeologist to find objects more or less as they were, this medium grave can not ensure the system input as would be done as it is very razed to the ground around but must have it because within the cist were three cremations at the west end of the cist and bench flown this end this was a series on aligaciones glasses and a sort of brazier, a kind of bowl bronze for aligaciones and there were a number of weapons, amphoras and finally a pretty rich dowry for medium grave.