Martín Almagro Basch

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Martín Almagro Basch (1911–1984) was a Spanish archaeologist, historian, and writer. He fought in the Spanish civil war. He was an archaeology specialist, ranging from rock art to classic archaeology. He was a professor of early human history at the University of Barcelona and Madrid, and was Director of the Museo Arqueológico Nacional de España between 1968-1981.

Works[edit]

  • Introduction to Archaeology (1941)
  • Ampurias: History of the City and excavation guide (1951)
  • The necropolis of Ampurias (1955)
  • The Sovereign Lordship under Azagra Albarracin (1959)
  • Introduction to the study of prehistory and the field of archeology(1960)
  • Manual of Universal History. Prehistory (1960)
  • History of Albarracin and sierra (1959-1964)
  • The peninsular Southeast decorated trail (1966)
  • Prehistoric art in Spanish Sahara (1968)

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