Iberian

Iberian refers to Iberia, which has two basic meanings, the disused, of Caucasian Iberia (corresponding roughly to modern-day Georgia and still used on Greece's Holy Mountain), and the modern sense of someone or something originating in the Iberian Peninsula, namely from Portugal and Spain. It may refer to:

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Semi-syllabary - Iberian Semi-syllabaries
... are a family of scripts developed in the Iberian Peninsula at least from the 5th century BCE – possibly from the 7th century ... but one variant of the northeastern Iberian script, the older one according the archaeological contexts, distinguished voicing in the stop consonants by adding a stroke to the glyphs for the alveolar (/d/~/t ... Tartessian or Southwestern script – Tartessian or Southwestern language Southeastern Iberian script – Iberian language Northeastern Iberian ...
Sistema Ibérico
... The Iberian System, Spanish Sistema Ibérico, is one of the main systems of mountain ranges in Spain ... complex area of mountain chains and massifs located in the central regions of the Iberian Peninsula, but reaching almost the Mediterranean coast in the Land of ... system is of the highest importance in the Iberian Peninsula, for it separates the watersheds of most of the major rivers in Spain and Portugal, including the Ebro ...
Spanish Conquest Of Iberian Navarre
... A series of wars between 1512–1524 led to the Spanish conquest of the Iberian part of Navarre ... Several attempts were made to retake Iberian Navarre, notably a revolt in 1516 and a full-fledged French/Navarrese invasion in 1521 ...
Iberian - Caucasian Iberia
... Caucasian Iberians, Greco-Roman designation for Georgians Iberian War, fought from 526 to 532 CE between the Eastern Roman Empire and Sassanid Empire over the eastern ...
Southeastern Iberian Script
... The southeastern Iberian script, also known as Meridional Iberian, was one of the means of written expression of the Iberian language, which was written mainly in the ... About the relation between northeastern Iberian and southeastern Iberian scripts, it is necessary to point out that they are two different scripts with different values for the same signs however it is ... In fact, the southeastern Iberian script is very similar, both considering the shape of the signs or their values, to the Southwestern script used to represent an unknown language usually named Tartessian ...