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I found some Iberian buildings.


Bonitas construcciones ¿verdad? Son construcciones de varios siglos en las montañas de Fade, en Portugal.

Es brillante las construcciones propias de los pueblos ibéricos.


I translate this.

Are beautiful don'? Are buildings from many centuries ago in the mountains of Fade in Portugal, it's awesome the buildings of the Iberian peoples.

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MIemKbS.jpg Iberian relief this other source.

They are with some Hellenistic influence. it's called monuments de Pozo Moro. These are from first phase of Iberian art sculpture circa 500 b.C.

Relieves del Monumento de Pozo Moro

Son relieves en forma de frisos que se encontraron tallados en los sillares que conforman este monumento y que en ocasiones se hacen continuos a su alrededor. Pertenecen a la primera etapa de la escultura ibérica y se fechan hacia el 500 a.C.



Las murallas de Montgrós, o murallas de El Brull, son unas construcciones defensivas de los íberos ausetanos que cierran el estrecho del Montgrós en el municipio de Brull (Osona).

The Walls of Montgros or Walls of El Brull, they are defensive buildings by the Ausetani Iberians. They are in Montgros.

Wre defeated by Lucius Cornelius Lentulus and Lucius Manlius Acidinus In 206 BC the province of Hispania entrusted to them with proconsular power. In the following year he conquered the Ausetani and Ilergetes, who had rebelled against the Romans in consequence of the absence of Scipio.


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The Lady of Elche or Lady of Elx (Spanish: Dama de Elche, IPA: [ˈdama ðe ˈeltʃe]; Valencian: Dama d'Elx, IPA: [ˈdama ˈðɛʎtʃ]) is a once polychrome stone bust that was discovered by chance in 1897 at L'Alcúdia, an archaeological site on a private estate about two kilometers south of Elx/Elche, Valencia, Spain. The Lady of Elche is generally believed to be a piece of Iberian sculpture from the 4th century BC, though the artisanship suggests strong Hellenistic influences.[1] According to The Encyclopedia of Religion, the Lady of Elche (Roman Illici), is conjectured as having a direct association with Tanit, the goddess of Carthage, that was worshiped by the Punic-Iberians.[2]

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