Albert MartínPottery studies
Mr. Martín earned his B.A. degree in Geography and History (1986) from the Department of Prehistory and Ancient History at the University of Barcelona. He has being practicing archaeology since 1979, beginning his professional career in the field in 1986. His first excavations in Cabrera de Mar took place during the 80s but 1997-1998 was when he directed the excavations of the Ca l’Arnau and Can Mateu sectors, discovering the Late Republican Settlement and tremendously changing our understanding of ancient Ilduro. As of 2001 he has maintained a full time position as the Archaeologist of Cabrera de Mar Town Hall, coordinating and supervising all the excavations that take place in the village. Mr. Martín’s main research interests are the Romanization process of the Laietani territory, the production and commercialization of Laietani amphorae and the study of the imported amphorae in Catalonia during the Roman Republic.