Ancient Civilizations




Ancient Architecture


Research Department

The research department led by Professor Dr. Sergi Grau covers complex studies and research in history, philosophy, archaeology, anthropology and science in early cultures.
The department is supported by Andres Adasme, Angela De Dalmau, Barbara Padial and Marta Pi among other researches.

Sergi Grau

Research Direction

  • Barcelona (Catalunya, Spain)
  • PhD in Philosophy and a degree in History from the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB)
  • Master in History of Science
  • Professor of the History of Science (UAB)
  • Member of History of Science Institute
  • Member of the Arnaldi de Vilanova opera theologica omnia
  • With more than 15 years of experience in the cultural sector

Andres Adasme

Expeditions and Archaeoastronomy Manager
  • Santiago de Chile (Chile)
  • Degree in Architecture from the University of Chile
  • Degree in Architecture from the University of San Antonio Abad in Cusco, Peru
  • Andean specialist archaeoastronomy
  • Expert researcher of Andean Cultures
  • Specialist expedition explorer



Barbara Padial

Archaeological and historical research
  • Sevilla (Spain)
  • B.A. in history, geography and art history (Catalonian University - UOC)
  • Studies in archaeology (Sevilla University)
  • Studies in classical Egyptian language and writing (Sevilla University)

Angela De Dalmau

Anthropology and environmental sciences
  • Barcelona (Spain)
  • Degree in Psychology from the Autonomous University of Barcelona
  • Doctorate course in Ethology at the UAB Faculty of Biology
  • Communication analysis techniques between primates and humans at the Edinburgh University School of Psychology
  • Studies in social and cultural Anthropology and human evolution

Marta Pi

Data Center Manager
  • Barcelona (Spain)
  • Studies in philosophy degree (Girona University)
  • Anthropological philosophy
  • Mythology and history of the classics

Archaeoastronomy and Ancient Wisdom

A pioneer in the study of archeoastronomy, Andres Adasme shares his fascination for a culture where humanity and nature still live in harmony, and describes what Peru can teach us about the interconnectedness of everything

M achu Picchu deserves a separate discourse: the entire citadel, if observed with the eye of the archaeoastronomer, is a mine of information and ancient wisdom, and the truth is that we are only beginning to dig the surface. What is certain, is that many of the enigmas that surround this extraordinary site find very clear explanations if looked at from this perspective



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