4 October 2013- 16 February 2014
Leonardo Exhibition Hall. Parque de las Ciencias, Granada
No. of Exhibits:400
No. of visitors: Over 65.000
This exhibition, curated by the University Professor Antonio Malpica Cuello, in addition to collecting all the discoveries of the archaeological site, showcased the results of the research work carried out in recent years by the investigation group Toponimia, Historia y Arqueología del Reino de Granada (Toponymy, History and Archaeology of the Kingdom of Granada), which have disclosed the transformation processes occurred from Late Antiquity to the Early Middle Ages.
The exhibition aimed to make the site known, bringing it closer to the visitor and raising awareness on it among people. For this purpose, many and very different resources were used: texts, photographs, archaeological objects, collages, maps, reconstructions, videos, animation, etc. Together with the numerous archaeological pieces found in the site since the 19th century, the exhibition showed most of those elements found in the last excavations, for which restoration was expressly carried out.