Iberian - Iberian Peninsula

Iberian Peninsula

  • Iberian System or Sistema Ibérico
  • South-Western Iberian Bronze, Bronze Age culture of southern Portugal and nearby areas of Spain
  • Iberians, in general the name the ancient Greeks and Romans gave to the people of the ancient Iberian peninsula and more specifically to one of the ancient Pre-Roman peoples of the Iberian Peninsula (this latter meaning should not be confused with the Celtiberians)
    • Iberian language, the language of the ancient Iberians
    • Iberian scripts, the writing scripts of the ancient Iberians
      • Northeastern Iberian script
      • Southeastern Iberian script
      • Greco–Iberian alphabet
    • Basque and Iberian deities
    • Iberian weapons
  • Iberian Union, a personal union between the crowns of Spain and Portugal from 1580–1640

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... In the 8th century, nearly all of the Iberian Peninsula was conquered (711–718) by largely Moorish Muslim armies from North Africa ... a small area in the mountainous north-west of the peninsula managed to resist the initial invasion ... The muladíes (Muslims of ethnic Iberian origin) are believed to have comprised the majority of the population of Al-Andalus by the end of the 10th century ...
Iberian Peninsula - Languages
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