Western Iberia

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Prehistoric Iberia - Iron Age - Post-Tartessos Iron Age
... century BC there was a cultural shift in south-western Iberia (what is now southern Portugal and nearby areas of Andalusia) after the fall of Tartessos, with a strong ... The first form of writing in western Iberia (south of Portugal), the Southwest script (still to be translated), dated to the 6th century BC, denotes strong Tartessian ... the Massaliote Periplus of the 6th century BC, states that all of western Iberia was once called for the name of its people, the Oestriminis, which were replaced by an invasion of the ...
Timeline Of Portuguese History - 6th Century BC
... of Phoenician colonization of the Mediterranean coast of Iberia ... First form of writing in western Iberia (south of Portugal), the Southwest script (still to be translated), denotes strong Tartessian influence in its use of a modified Phoenician alphabet ... in the 4th century and based on the Massaliote Periplus of the 6th century, states that all of western Iberia was once called for the name of its people, the ...

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