Authorship & licenses

The contents of this website are under a Creative Commons (BY) license. This means that they may be freely copied and reproduced provided the source is acknowledged. Some graphic material, however, is under more restrictive licenses, which are specifically mentioned in each particular case.


The historical texts for both the web and the book were written by archaeologists Xurxo AyánJosé Suárez Otero and Carlos Marín Suárez.

The illustrations of historical personages were by David Sánchez.


This website was developed by A navalla suíza in the final quarter of 2013. It was presented on January 3rd 2014.


In the creation of the website only free software has been used.


The logo is a creation by Cenlitrosmetrocadrado, made from Glypha typeface, designed by Adrian Frutiger. The colour used in the logo and in the interactive areas of the website is red #aa0132.

For the texts Roboto Slab e Gudea typefaces have been used, provided by Google Web Fonts.

Project participants

The following are the teams that participated in the «Archeological project for the study, recovery and appreciation of the fortress of Rocha Forte», which was funded by a nominal subvention of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports of Spain,and instigated and coordinated by Santiago de Compostela City Council.

Conditioning work prior to the intervention

Study, excavation and restoration

Conditioning and appreciation of the site

  • Basic project and execution of the closing of the site and placement of information panels: RVR Arquitectos,in collaboration with archeologist Xurxo Constela (A Citania Arqueoloxía).
  • Manufacturing and installation of the perimeter fencing and information panels: Metal Noia.
  • Basic project for the conditioning of the site at A Rocha Forte: RVR Arquitectos.

Topography and aerial photography


Coordination of work

The coordinator of the archaeological and conditioning works in the archaeological project for the study, recovery and appreciation of the fortress of A Rocha Forte: Mario César Vila.

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