January 20 from 2014 - 00: 02
The rehabilitation of a building located at Calle Ramon y Cajal Denia in the coming weeks that will open a new real estate have brought to light the remains of two houses of the Andalusian era of s.XII and traces of a parallel street Ramon y Cajal.
The property which made the discovery is protected in the Comprehensive Catalog of municipal assets by having relevant architecture of the seventeenth century, and these findings have come to light also fragments of plasterwork used most likely to cover and adorn the arches of the doorways of the rooms of the house. It is 22 parts being cleaned by the department of archeology and that will be part of the Archaeological Museum in the city. In these fragments of plaster you can see some graphs that experts talk about luck and peace.
The original home of the yard and crackled with two units is kept, and everything indicates that there was a center fielder in the middle of the courtyard, if not well have found remains that testify.
Next to the remains of the courtyard have also found three later tombs of the Christian era, that break with the structure of the Arab house.
Sanitation works have brought to light also graffittis of s. XVII with images of a Catalan boat with large triangular sail, accompanied by a kind of calendar in which the authors were marking the passing of days, months, or seasons by stripes painted on the wall.
The new owners of the property were delighted by the find and announced that both the graffitti as the arches of the entrance of the property will remain in sight for whoever wants to visit as well as arcade time of Philip III that remains inside.