All posts tagged with Gibraltar

Photo: Gorham’s Cave

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Gorham’s Cave is on the eastern face of Gibraltar. It was carved by the sea, and now lies above sea level because of the upthrust of the Rock over hundreds o...

Photo: Gibraltar sunset

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Driving up the Rock of Gibraltar last month, to a dinner in St. Michael’s Cave, we were treated to this sunset view, westward over Algeciras, Spain:

Notable: Neandertal rock dove hunting

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Notable paper: Blasco, R., Finlayson, C., Rosell, J., Marco, A.S., Finlayson, S., Finlayson, G., Negro, J.J., Pacheco, F. G., Vidal, J. R. (2014) The earlies...

New Gibraltar blog by Clive Finlayson

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Clive Finlayson has started a new blog featuring some of the day-to-day story of ongoing fieldwork at Gorham’s and Vanguard Caves, Gibraltar: “Clive Finlayso...

Photo: Vanguard Cave

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From last week’s trip to Gibraltar, here’s a view from the inside of Vanguard Cave, looking out across the Mediterranean to the east:

Darwin's Neandertal encounter

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Michael Balter reports on the historical work of Alex Menez, at the Gibraltar Museum: “When Darwin Met a Neandertal”.

Not a lasting last for the Neandertals

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The latest in a long line of “last known Neandertal” sites is now Gorham’s Cave, Gibraltar. Of course, if this were actually a continuing string of “latest” ...