THE BITRIR ANDALUSIAN
The first evidence in Bitrir, that like this called Petrer in this period, went the casual finding of a coin of silver of the emir Abd to the-Ramhan I (785-786 B.C.). During the caliphate (centuries X–XI) know that so much in the historical centre as in distinct rural parties like Puça, already there were stable settlements devoted basically to the agriculture. Under the period almohade (12th-13th centuries) built the walled enclosure and a tower with a cistern that is the origin of the current fortress. In the excavations in the urban core have recovered pieces used in the daily life like rests of the tableware, coins, ornaments, as well as his cemeteries.
PIECES STOOD OUT
Almost complete taphole candlestick that only lacks the edge and the handle from which the two grips are preserved. Slightly convex base and lenticular vessel with inverted truncated conical neck. Decoration painted on the taphole and on the front of the casserole in iron oxide forming parallel brushstrokes.
Taifal-almoravida (mid 11th – mid 12th century).
Dimensions: Length: 14.3 cm; Width: 6.1 cm; Height: 6.1 cm.