Dr. Dionisio Urbina has worked in the field of archaeology for over 25 years. Dr. Urbina’s excavations have spanned everything from big Bronze Age settlements to a medieval castle, including Iron Age, Roman or Visigothic sites: cities, villages, kilns, baths, military camps, and farms. Along with his wife, Catalina, Dionisia actively seeks to transfer his knowledge to students through field schools including Plaza de Moros and Archaeospain.
In addition to his work in the field, Dr. Urbina serves as a professor teaching courses including Grade Cultural Management in Nebrija (Madrid) University and “Generalist Antiques and Twentieth Century” course at the Center for Studies Alvaro Duran Art andEnterprise.
Dr. Urbina is the author of numerous articles in professional journals and a dozen books about the most important excavations he has completed.
He is a frequent presenter at professional conferences, symposia, and exhibitions. He is a member of the professional association of Castilla la Mancha, founder of the Section of Archaeology, and is also a member of the Professional Association of Archaeology of Castilla-La Mancha.