Known as the Roman Necropolis of Carmona until 1992, the archaeological site of Carmona was the first of its kind to be opened to the general public in Spain. It was opened in 1885 and since 1888 had a pioneering museum. Its exhibits mainly consisted of a necropolis dating back to the first century AD, and the remains of an amphitheater, the oldest to be documented within the Iberian Peninsula.
Tomb of the Garlands. Current state and a recreation of its original appearance.
The archaeological site of Carmona
Conjunto Arqueológico de Carmona
Consejería de Cultura de la Junta de Andalucía
Curated by: Ignacio Rodríguez Temiño
Texts: Ignacio Rodríguez Temiño, José Ildefonso Ruiz Cecilia
Photograpy:José Ildefonso Ruiz Cecilia
Digital Edition: Ignacio Rodríguez Temiño