IBERIA / Pre-Roman Spain (Archaeo..)

The Iberian Peninsula has always been associated with the Ebro River, Ibēros in ancient Greek and Ibērus or Hibērus in Latin. The association was so well known it was hardly necessary to state; for example, Ibēria was the country "this side of the Ibērus" in Strabo. Pliny goes so far as to assert that the Greeks had called "the whole of Spain" Hiberia because of the Hiberus River
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SPAIN / IBERIA (Pre-Roman Spain) - Tartesos goldsmiths' work. The Tartessians were rich in metal. In the 4th century BC the historian Ephorus describes "a very prosperous market called Tartessos, with much tin, gold and copper. The people from Tartessos became important trading partners of the Phoenicians, whose presence in Iberia dates from the 8th century BC and who nearby built a harbor of their own, Gadir, present-day Cádiz).  Fíbula de Braganza" .

SPAIN / IBERIA (Pre-Roman Spain) - Tartesos goldsmiths' work. The Tartessians were rich in metal. In the 4th century BC the historian Ephorus describes "a very prosperous market called Tartessos, with much tin, gold and copper. The people from Tartessos became important trading partners of the Phoenicians, whose presence in Iberia dates from the 8th century BC and who nearby built a harbor of their own, Gadir, present-day Cádiz). Fíbula de Braganza" .

IBERIA (Pre-Roman Spain) TARTESSOS - En la actualidad y gracias a los testimonios históricos, sabemos que la cultura de Tartessos existió gracias a al explotación de los abundantes recursos de la zona y que es el punto de partida civilizatorio en la península, aunque hasta la fecha no se hayan encontrado los grandes monumentos descritos por los textos antiguos. (Pendiente de oro. Íberos. Museo de Zaragoza)..

IBERIA (Pre-Roman Spain) TARTESSOS - En la actualidad y gracias a los testimonios históricos, sabemos que la cultura de Tartessos existió gracias a al explotación de los abundantes recursos de la zona y que es el punto de partida civilizatorio en la península, aunque hasta la fecha no se hayan encontrado los grandes monumentos descritos por los textos antiguos. (Pendiente de oro. Íberos. Museo de Zaragoza)..

IBERIA - Castro Celta de San Cibrán de Lás se sitúa al Sur de la provincia de Orense, Galicia, Spain, y es un referente histórico en el Noroeste peninsular para la etapa final de la cultura castreña, siglo II a.C. hasta el I-II d.C.

IBERIA - Castro Celta de San Cibrán de Lás se sitúa al Sur de la provincia de Orense, Galicia, Spain, y es un referente histórico en el Noroeste peninsular para la etapa final de la cultura castreña, siglo II a.C. hasta el I-II d.C.

IBERIA. (Pre-Roman Spain) - TARTESSOS AND THE INVISIBLE ART :: THE INVISIBLE IN MYTHOLOGY: The oxen of Geryon into the treasury of the Carambolo (Part IV: First analysis of your jewelry)

IBERIA. (Pre-Roman Spain) - TARTESSOS AND THE INVISIBLE ART :: THE INVISIBLE IN MYTHOLOGY: The oxen of Geryon into the treasury of the Carambolo (Part IV: First analysis of your jewelry)

SPAIN / IBERIA  (Pre-Roman Spain) - Tartessos -  De entre todos los iberos que habitaban la Península Ibérica, las fuentes históricas mencionan a los tartesios y a sus descendientes turdetanos y túrdulos como los más cultos de entre ellos. Efectivamente la civilización de Tartessos fue la primera que se conoce en la Europa Occidental. Esta civilización tendría ya otro nombre a la llegada de los romanos, llamándose entonces Turdetania a la región que habitaban. Jarra con cabeza de felino .

SPAIN / IBERIA (Pre-Roman Spain) - Tartessos - De entre todos los iberos que habitaban la Península Ibérica, las fuentes históricas mencionan a los tartesios y a sus descendientes turdetanos y túrdulos como los más cultos de entre ellos. Efectivamente la civilización de Tartessos fue la primera que se conoce en la Europa Occidental. Esta civilización tendría ya otro nombre a la llegada de los romanos, llamándose entonces Turdetania a la región que habitaban. Jarra con cabeza de felino .

SPAIN / IBERIA (Pre-Roman Spain) - Tartesos goldsmiths' work. The Tartessians were rich in metal. In the 4th century BC the historian Ephorus describes "a very prosperous market called Tartessos, with much tin, gold and copper. The people from El carnero alado de Ribadeo

SPAIN / IBERIA (Pre-Roman Spain) - Tartesos goldsmiths' work. The Tartessians were rich in metal. In the 4th century BC the historian Ephorus describes "a very prosperous market called Tartessos, with much tin, gold and copper. The people from El carnero alado de Ribadeo

SPAIN / IBERIA (Pre-Roman Spain) -  The lost kingdom of Tartessos : According to the Greek historian Herodotus, King Arganthonios ruled Tartessia for 80 years (from about 625 BC to 545 BC) and lived to be 120 years old. This idea of great age and length of reign may result from a succession of kings using the same name or title. Herodotus says that Arganthonios warmly welcomed the first Greeks to reach Iberia, a ship carrying Phocaeans.

SPAIN / IBERIA (Pre-Roman Spain) - The lost kingdom of Tartessos : According to the Greek historian Herodotus, King Arganthonios ruled Tartessia for 80 years (from about 625 BC to 545 BC) and lived to be 120 years old. This idea of great age and length of reign may result from a succession of kings using the same name or title. Herodotus says that Arganthonios warmly welcomed the first Greeks to reach Iberia, a ship carrying Phocaeans.

SPAIN / IBERIA (Pre-Roman Spain) - Tartesos goldsmiths' work. The Tartessians were rich in metal. In the 4th century BC the historian Ephorus describes "a very prosperous market called Tartessos, with much tin, gold and copper. The people from Tartessos became important trading partners of the Phoenicians, whose presence in Iberia dates from the 8th century BC and who nearby built a harbor of their own, Gadir, present-day Cádiz).

SPAIN / IBERIA (Pre-Roman Spain) - Tartesos goldsmiths' work. The Tartessians were rich in metal. In the 4th century BC the historian Ephorus describes "a very prosperous market called Tartessos, with much tin, gold and copper. The people from Tartessos became important trading partners of the Phoenicians, whose presence in Iberia dates from the 8th century BC and who nearby built a harbor of their own, Gadir, present-day Cádiz).

SPAIN / IBERIA (Pre-Roman Spain) - Felino alado.IBERIA (Pre-Roman Spain) TARTESSOS - Los tartesios desarrollaron presumiblemente una lengua y escritura distinta a la de los pueblos vecinos y, en su fase final, tuvieron influencias culturales de egipcios y fenicios. Tartesos.  700 - 575 a.C.   Es la pata delantera de un sillón del trono.

SPAIN / IBERIA (Pre-Roman Spain) - Felino alado.IBERIA (Pre-Roman Spain) TARTESSOS - Los tartesios desarrollaron presumiblemente una lengua y escritura distinta a la de los pueblos vecinos y, en su fase final, tuvieron influencias culturales de egipcios y fenicios. Tartesos. 700 - 575 a.C. Es la pata delantera de un sillón del trono.

SPAIN / IBERIA (Pre-Roman Spain) Argantonio, King of Tartessos. (The golden man).  According to the Greek historian Herodotus, King Arganthonios ruled Tartessia for 80 years (from about 625 BC to 545 BC) and lived to be 120 years old. This idea of great age and length of reign may result from a succession of kings using the same name or title. Herodotus says that Arganthonios warmly welcomed the first Greeks to reach Iberia, a ship carrying Phocaeans.

SPAIN / IBERIA (Pre-Roman Spain) Argantonio, King of Tartessos. (The golden man). According to the Greek historian Herodotus, King Arganthonios ruled Tartessia for 80 years (from about 625 BC to 545 BC) and lived to be 120 years old. This idea of great age and length of reign may result from a succession of kings using the same name or title. Herodotus says that Arganthonios warmly welcomed the first Greeks to reach Iberia, a ship carrying Phocaeans.

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