Javea Grapevine Issue No. 170 - 2014 - Page 88

88 | The Grapevine Issue 170 2014 The documentary “Art i Montgo Mort”, available in five languages ​​ thanks to the Friends of the Museum of Javea On Jávea. Wednesday, June 25, 2014. The Documentary “Art i Montgo Mort” was aired. It accompanies the permanent exhibition of archaeological finds in the Cova del barranc Migdia and can be heard in five languages ​​ (English, French, German, Castilian and Valencian) thanks to the Friends of the Museum association of Javea (AMUX). Fabio Bezoari’s version is shorter than the original version academic version made ​​ Cirne Foundation. by This 7.5 minute film shows the excavations that led to important archaeological discoveries of the Bronze Age in the gully Migdia Cova. AMUX has posted their version on their channel “amuxabia” from YouTube and it is available, above. La Cova Migdia the gully has unearthed evidence of human life dating back some 5,000 years, including the funeral ceremonies dating back to the third millennium BC oy some of the best cave paintings found in the area. The exhibition explains the important features of the remains found in the Cova, as well as showing the whole process of excavation and subsequent cataloging and analyzing the findings. A virtual reality simulation allows visitors to experience the inside of the cave, which is almost impossible to visit due to its difficult position at the top of the cliffs. Much of the information on the exhibition is available in English, in addition to video.blog together with articles by Michael published in the now defun