Aurania’s field teams discovered vestiges of a road while searching for Sevilla de Oro which was one of two gold mining centres described in historic manuscripts from Ecuador, Peru, Spain and the Vatican. These records describe the Colonial Spanish operating the two gold mines between approximately 1565 and 1606. The road discovered by Aurania’s exploration teams is believed to be the one that linked Sevilla de Oro to the other gold mining centre ‘Logroño de los Caballeros’ as described in the historic manuscripts.
Management sees geological vectors pointing to a deeper gold target.
Management discusses the role of methane in the depth at which gold accumulates in epithermal systems.
Video of Aurania’s 2019 AGM presentations by CEO Dr. Keith Barron and President Dr. Richard Spencer from July 20,2019 in Toronto, Canada.
We tag along as Santa visits Tumpaim’s Shuar indigenous community living in Ecuador’s Cutucu mountain range. This event was hosted by Aurania’s Ecuadorian subsidiary EcuaSolidus S.A.
Aurania’s CEO Dr. Keith Barron takes us on a tour of some special treasures our exploration geologists have discovered in the jungles of Ecuador.
In this video episode, we follow the conquistador trail from the town of Riobamba to the town of Macas in southeastern Ecuador, as described in the historical documents found in the Vatican Library. The present day town of Macas is on the edge of Aurania’s Lost Cities – Cutucu project concession area.
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