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educator

Ana Maria Munoz-Amilibia, Spanish educator. Achievements include discovery of monumental funerary sculpture. Investigative Research grant, Spanish National Research Council, Spain, 1956-1958, Spanish National Research Council, Italy, 1957. Member of Neolitic Commission of UICPP, Institute Italiano di Prehistoria, Archaeological German Institute.

Background

Munoz-Amilibia, Ana Maria was born on January 1, 1932 in San Sebastian, Spain. Daughter of Jose Maria Munoz and Josefa Amilbia.

Education

Degree in history and philosophy, University of Barcelona, 1954. Doctor of Philosophy in history with honors, University of Barcelona, 1965.

Career

Sasst. University of Barcelona, Spain, 1954—1956. Professor Inem Manresa, Manresa, Spain, University of Barcelona, 1966—1975. Catedratica University of Murcia, Spain, 1975—1990, University Nac.

Educated Distancia, Madrid, 1990—2002, professor emeritus, since 2002. Leader of archaeology excavations Ministry of Science, Barcelona, 1968—1975, project leader, Murcia, 1988—1990, Murcia, 1999—2000.

Achievements

  • Achievements include discovery of monumental funerary sculpture.

Membership

Member of Neolitic Commission of UICPP, Institute Italiano di Prehistoria, Archaeological German Institute.

Connections

father:
Jose Maria Munoz

mother:
Josefa Amilbia