Excavation work begins on the archaeological remains of the Roman amphitheater in Obulco. Porcuna.
In 2014 Porcuna discovered one of the largest Roman amphitheaters in Roman Hispania. Given the magnitude and geometry of the remains found, it is estimated that a building exceeds one hundred meters on the longest side of the ellipse, and with a capacity for more than 10,000 spectators. It is in 2017 when a first intervention is carried out for the recovery, restoration and enhancement of the complex.
In this second phase, an attempt will be made to extract as much information as possible from whose remains show a minimal part of the ensemble that today underlies the current constructions.