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Some short notes about the Roman conquest of the Iberian Peninsula

Some short notes about the Roman conquest of the Iberian Peninsula

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    • ROMAN HISPANIA
    • PRE-ROMAN PEOPLES - IBERIANS: descendants of the prehistoric inhabitants of the Iberian Peninsula, they lived mainly in the East coasts of the Mediterranean Sea and in the South. They were more evolved, because they got into contact with the Phoenician, Greek and Carthaginian colonizers. - CELTS: they arrived in the Iberian Peninsula at the beginning of the 1st miillenium BC. They came from Eastern Europe and settled down in the North and West of the Iberian Peninsula - CELTIBERIANS: mixture of Iberians and Celts in the centre of the Iberian Peninsula They were the inhabitants of the Iberian Peninsula before the arrival of the Romans
    • ROMAN CONQUEST OF THE IBERIAN PENINSULA 2Nd Punic War: Saguntum, Rome’s allied city, was attacked by the Carthaginians and its inhabitants asked the Romans for help. The Romans arrived in 218 BC
    • CONQUEST OF THE IBERIAN PENINSULA 1st STAGE 2nd STAGE 3rd STAGE (218 BC- 202 BC):The Romans invaded the Iberian Peninsula at the end of the 3rd century BC, defeated the Carthaginians and conquered the East and South of the Iberian Peninsula. They called it HISPANIA, which comes from the Phoenician name “Saphan”. (29 BC-19 ): Emperor Octavian Augustus defeated the Astures, Cantabrians and Vascones in the North. (202 BC-133 BC) Wars against Celtiberians and Lusitanians. The Romans killed Viriatus in 139 BC and conquered Numantia in 133 BC. At the end of these wars they controlled the centre and West of the Ib. Peninsula
    • PROVINCIAL DIVISION OF HISPANIA
    • ROMAN ROADS AND ECONOMIC RESOURCES
    • MAIN CITIES IN HISPANIA
    • RECONSTRUCTION OF TARRACO
    • LES FERRERES AQUEDUCTARCH OF BARÀ MÉRIDA’S ROMAN THEATER CALDES DE MONTBUI THERMAL BATHS
    • ITÁLICA’S AMPHITHEATRE