They find a Roman altar dedicated to a Basque deity in a lost monastery in Navarre

A woman named Valeria Vitella offered it in gratitude to the deity Larrahe, who is associated with the countryside.

Detail of the altar inscription found in Arriundi J. Egaña

Monica Arrizabalaga

15/06/2024

Updated on 16-06-2024 at 01:40

On the top of the Navarrese mountain ArriaundiAt 944 meters above sea level, the remains of two ancient stone walls on which the inhabitants lived were barely visible Larumbe They were related to a vault when Science Society archaeologists arrived in 2010…




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Monica Arrizabalaga

Editor specialized in archeology and heritage. Author of 'Spain, the Imagined History' (Espasa) and co-author, with Federico Ayala, of 'La Gaceta Olvidada' (Libros.com).

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