The Castulo archaelogical site is one of the most important of the Jen province. Despite its significance, the excavation work has been scarce. Site development for cultural purposes requires, firstly, a detailed, non-destructive analysis, where the most interesting zones are identified. We have used geophysical techniques to attempt this. In a preliminary campaign, 5 electrical tomography profiles -each one with a length of 32 m- have been carried out. In every profiles we have used different electrode configurations (Dipole-Dipole, Wenner-Schlumberger and Wenner), as well as two inter-electrode spacing: 0.5 and 1 m. The aim was to test the geo-electrical response of the possible buried structures, and the best shallow results have been obtained with the Dipole-Dipole.
This study has allowed us to identify what it was supposed to be the rests of a wall of an probably ancient church of this Iberian-roman town, which finally has been confirmed by way of an archaeological excavation campaign carried out in the summer of 2009.