Luis Miguel Carranza Peco
Graduate in archaeology from the University of Seville (2021) and interuniversity Master in Ancient Mediterranean (UOC, UAB, UAH). Former collaborator of the Institute of Anthropological Research and Archaeological Museum of the University of San Simon (Cochabamba, Bolivia).
He is currently part of the Project "Construyendo Tarteso 2.0 Constructive, spatial and territorial analysis of an architectural model in the Middle Guadiana Valley. PID2019-108180GB-100 (2020-2023)" at the Institute of Archaeology-Mérida (CSIC-Junta de Extremadura). His main line of research focuses on the analysis of earthen architecture during the 1st Iron Age, both in indigenous and Phoenician environments. Among all, he focuses on the Southwest of the Iberian Peninsula, basins of the Guadalquivir and Guadiana rivers, in whose middle section is located the Tartessian site of Casas del Turuñuelo (Guareña, Badajoz), his main object of study.
Within the Extremadura area, he is also developing the study of the Vetón-Republican castro of El Castillejo (Madrigalejo, Cáceres) and the territory of the Ruecas river.
Member of the "Nuraghe Project" (Sardinia, Italy) in the framework of which he analyzes the relationships between indigenous people and people of Eastern origin in the central-western Mediterranean in protohistoric times. In addition, she collaborates in the development of digital resources and management of community archaeology in rural areas.
Among the other lines in which he has worked are the reflection of Phoenician and Eastern rituality in the central-western Mediterranean, the application of the Darwinian theoretical framework for the study of historical cultures and anthropological works. In addition, he has also developed his activity in different archaeological excavation and prospecting projects, both within the peninsula and in Mediterranean contexts.