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Hermitages - 7th Century - Cantabria

Hermitage ensemble created by utilizing three existing caves in El Tobazo, one of them was a cave church formed by a rectangular apse and a square nave with access through a horseshoe arch gate located in the western end of the northern side. One of the other caves might have been used for dwelling purposes and the other one for burials.


Hermitages - 9th Century - Málaga

Cave ensemble excavated on a rocky headland. It consists of two rectangular caves not connected with each other, in which the western side was closed by masonry walls. The larger one, oriented towards east, must have been the church, with a single nave covered with a barrel vault, with a semi circular arch surrounding the apse and two small lateral compartments. The other cave, much smaller, could have been a hermit cave.

Virgen de Fabana (Panzano)

Romanesque - 11th Century - Huesca

Adosada a un edificio de labor, en principio estaba formada por una nave rectangular, un ábside semicircular cubierto por bóveda de horno sin decoración exterior y una torre adosada muy interesante, posiblemente de construcción posterior. Su estado es deplorable, con la parte superior del ábside rehecha con una calidad de construcción muy inferior y del interior, que ha sido modificado para su uso para labores agrícolas, queda muy poco.

Virgen de Izarbe

Art of Alto Aragon - 10th Century - Huesca

Ermita de una nave rectangular, cubierta con techumbre de madera, y ábside semicircular, de la misma anchura exterior que la nave y sin ninguna decoración exterior y cubierto con bóveda de horno. Tiene la puerta de entrada, con arco de medio punto, simulando herradura, en el muro norte, al que se añadió una especie de pórtico cerrado en época posterior.

Virgen de Ordás

8th Century - Huesca

De la iglesia original conserva únicamente la cabecera plana, interior y exteriormente, y dos capillas a los lados de la nave central que la daban una cierta apariencia de iglesia cruciforme. A partir de esas dos capillas se reconstruyó el resto de la iglesia. Tanto la cabecera como la parte de nave que se conserva y las dos capillas laterales están cubiertas por bóveda de cañón, aunque la del ábside está oculta por otra posterior de menor altura. No conserva decoración de esa época.


Hermitages - 8th Century - Cantabria

Small hermitage carved on the rock that consists of a nave and a rectangular apse separated by a triumphal semicircular arch. On account of its features it may have been a Visigothic hermitage from the period of St. Millán de la Cogolla or maybe one of the multiple hermitage centres created in the valley of Valderredible during the resettlement.


Romanesque - 1st century - Teruel

This chapel, rectangular in shape and semicircular, is one of the few temples of Romanesque origin in the province of Teruel and the only construction that remains complete of the dependences of the old castle. It was probably built as a chapel of the fortress, later to play the role of parish. The castle of Camañas was one of those that Alfonso II of Aragon delivered to the Order of the Holy Redeemer in 1174, with the purpose of repopulating.


Visigoth - 6th Century - Alicante

On the top of a hill located 1 km from the historic center of Elda, an archaeological site is being studied in which remains of Chalcolithic, Bronze Age, Phoenician, Iberian, Roman, and Visigothic settlements are being found, with remains important of Byzantine domination during part of the 6th and 7th centuries, among which those of a rectangular church with an ultra-semicircular apse and a small bapistery in a room attached to the side stand out.


Visigoth - 6th Century - Madrid

The archaeological sites located in the municipality of Colmenar Viejo are framed within the generality of the late-antique rural habitat; that is, a polynuclear habitat: with several nuclei scattered in the same territory with a scattered plane, whose floors offer small family groups and other common work spaces, on numerous occasions interconnected with each other by a small fence or enclosure. Its origin is linked to the colonization of the Cuenca Alta del Manzanares during the 6th century, to develop activities other than the traditional agricultural ones, which gave rise to a high density of mining and industrial deposits in the area.


Visigoth - 6th Century - Lérida

Settlement occupied between the 5th and 8th centuries where, inside a village of stone houses, there is a Paleochristian basilica with three naves separated by columns with an apse with two funerary side chapels, a baptistery with a small pool for baptism by immersion with a Visigoth-era canopy, and a necropolis in and around the church. Visigothic coins from Egica, Akhila and Witiza have been found in the excavations. It seems that the whole set caught fire in the early S. VIII and was abandoned.


Visigoth - 7th Century - Toledo

El yacimiento arqueológico de Guarrazar, situado en la localidad de Guadamur, provincia de Toledo, alberga los restos de un complejo monumental de época visigoda, compuesto por una basílica, dependencias monacales y una residencia palatina. En este enclave se halló el denominado Tesoro de Guarrazar, compuesto por cruces y coronas votivas del siglo VII, seguramente ofrendadas en la basílica como exvoto real.

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