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We present the municipal archaeological museum guide 'Jerónimo Molina " (20/02/2009)

There was also the part of the quarter, "the outstanding Iberian in clusters of grapes" that testify to the winemaking tradition in the region of Jumilla from 350 years BC

The councilman of Culture Joan Guardiola with the director of the Municipal Archaeological Museum "Jerónimo Molina ', presented the guide, published by the City of Jumilla in collaboration with the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, on the Municipal Archaeological Museum" Jerónimo Molina. "

Guardiola has stressed that "this is a very interesting tool because there are detailed, first history of the museum with their most relevant and end a section with all the right places of Cultural Interest (BIC) as Coimbra del Barranco Ancho, the Cason, the Castle, Cypress, among other places. "

This guide will be available to all schools and will be distributed to other museums in the Region of Murcia and other provinces.

According to the mayor of Culture "with these initiatives we are trying, and getting, revitalize and give content to the museums, so that Jumilla museums are not static places that visitors are not only closer to contemplate a permanent exhibition, but we want to motivate them through other activities being organized from this area. "

The texts in this publication are those of Emiliano Hernández Carrión, director of the Archaeological Museum and, besides him, in the catalog records, have collaborated José Miguel García Cano, Carlos García Cano, Virginia Page del Pozo, Antonio Javier Muñoz Murcia, Francisco Ramos María López Martínez and Carlos Martinez.

The councilman noted that funding for this guide has been through a grant from the Directorate General of Culture.

For its part, Emiliano Hernández Carrión stressed that what has been tried with this guide is about the museum and out of its walls, the content to all citizens. "

According to Hernandez, this initiative is part of "the wide range of activities being undertaken in the last two years in the museums of Jumilla and that his mission has been to disseminate the rich heritage that we all Jumillano."

On the content of the publication, "is written in language accessible to everyone, there is a large capacity for synthesis, the texts have been very active and have been corrected by an educator."

There has also been a very rigorous selection of published pieces, as the museum containing 526 pieces.

The councilman of Culture added that with the publication of this guide has been developed another type of material to spread some of the pieces are in the museum as a poster, some postcards and a bookmark that will be available to visitors approach to the museum.

Guide to museums, 1,200 copies have been printed at a cost of around € 16,000 € 14,000 of which come from a grant from the Ministry of Culture and Tourism and the rest provided by the council.

In the act of submission of this guide, was also presented the museum piece of this quarter.

The main component is the outstanding Iberian in clusters of grapes that were found this fall in recent excavations by the team of Jose Miguel Garcia Cano in the Iberian settlement of Coimbra del Barranco Ancho.

On the slopes, Emiliano Hernandez has said that "this piece Iberian refers to another finding that occurred in 1979 grapeseed for wine making, in addition to demonstrating the winemaking tradition that existed in the region of Jumilla 350 years BC ".

Source: Ayuntamiento de Jumilla

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