The fourth edition of the International Conference on Modern Age Fortifications of the Mediterranean Coast (Fortmed) awarded its prize for the best scientific contribution to a paper submitted by Antonio Bravo (National Distance University, Melilla) and Sergio Ramírez (University of Malaga).
Their study formed part of the R&D project entitled El Dibujante ingeniero al servicio de la monarquía hispánica, siglos XVI-XVIII’ [Draughtsman engineers serving the Spanish monarchy in the sixteenth to eighteenth centuries]
In 2016 Fundación Juanelo Turriano released a publication under the same title with the project’s earliest papers. Alicia Cámara, Head of Department of Art History at the National Distance University and member of the foundation’s Advisory Commission is DIMCHIM coordinator. More... (In spanish)
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