Preside over the ceremony, held in the conference room of SiyÃ¢sa Museum, the first deputy mayor of Cieza, Francisco Saorín, and the Councillor for Education, Manuel Fernandez.
First Deputy Mayor of Cieza, Francisco Saorín, accompanied by the Councillor for Education, Manuel Fernandez gave Friday the corresponding diplomas to the 17 course participants' written and archaeological sources for knowledge Southeast in Spain in the Middle Ages' of the International University Campus Mar-Mare Nostrum, organized by the University of Murcia under the direction of Joaquín Salmeron and Francis Veas.
At the time of the closure, Saorín showed "Unimar gratitude to the co-directors of the course and for the training given in the ciezana based activity, the result of decades of relationship between the two institutions in order to expand the knowledge of our city."
She speaking also puts in value the benefits of knowing the story: "People are not what they are by chance but are the accumulation of many influences The roots are what make us.".
For its part, the Councillor for Education also gave them some words that thanked them for their use of the course and offered his congratulations on the diploma received.
He also stressed the important social function that will have the future permanent headquarters in Cieza University of Murcia, fruit of the collaboration agreement will be signed in September.
In the event also involved the co-director and professor of History Course Mediebal, Francis Veas, who took the floor to thank Joaquín Salmeron, thanks to people like him, Cieza has summer courses this importance.
Salmerón did satisfactory assessment of the training: "The course has been rated with an average of 8.5 and 20 percent of the surveys were given 10 to all".
'Written and archaeological knowledge to the southeast of Spain in the Middle Ages Fuentes' is the title of the course that this July has been developed in the ciezana Unimar headquarters.
Its objective has been to offer a vision of the environment in which the activity took place in the Middle Ages in Murcia territory, considering the diversity that existed in it, since the Christian Muslim world in all its breadth: Daily life , religion, customs, economic activities, problems of coexistence, water use, protection of hunting and the forest environment, and so on.
The course, which has consisted of 25 hours, was directed by Francis Veas, professor of Medieval History at the University of Murcia, and Joaquín Salmeron, director of the Municipal Service of Museums and Historical Heritage.
The formative part has consisted of four sessions from 9.00 to 14.00.
Classes are completed with individual guided tours of the archaeological museums of Mergelina Cayetano in Yecla, and SiyÃ¢sa in Cieza and the Andalusian visits depopulated the same name.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Cieza