Eudald Carbonell |
A Catalan archaeologist, palaeontologist, anthropologist and geologist.
Eudald has become famous for his studies about Atapuerca and is an enthusiast for history which he approaches from a multidisciplinary standpoint.
Since 1999 he has been a lecturer at the University of Tarragona and is also the Principal Investigator in the Quaternary Human Autoecology Group and Director of the Catalan Institute of Human Palaeoecology and Social Evolution.
Eudald Carbonell is also a fan of Tarraco, one of the most important cities in the Roman Empire and today seen as a unique enclave in Europe due to the copious legacy it has preserved.
Discover the treasures of Tarragona’s past with an expert in the field!