Exhibition at the Josep Castellà Museum
In the José Castellano Museum you can find fantastic archaeological treasures.
The archaeological data extracted so far, although scarce, allow us to chronologically delimit this site, whose life extends between the 2nd and 1st centuries BC until at least the 4th century AD. Sigarra would be a small urban nucleus, strategically located, with respect to communications, between the Mediterranean coast and the interior.
Some of the objects found speak of commercial exchanges that brought ships from Italy and Galià to Sigarra, dishes from North Africa, amphorae from different parts of the Empire, etc. Others allow entry into the interior of the houses, such as fibulae that supported and decorated clothing, mortars where sauces were prepared, oil lamps, tweezers, a scalpel, etc.
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