It means, "The Iberians." Iberians were the people living in Portugal, Spain and parts of France prior to ancient Greek and Phoenician colonization (9th - 6th cent. B.C.). They gave their ethnic name to the Iberian Peninsula.
The original people of Spain migrated from North Africa. They were called the Iberians ( maybe in relation to the Ber-Bers/ Bar-Bars/ " Bar-Barians ). The original people of Spain migrated from North Africa. They were called the Iberians (… Full Answer
"Why are the Celtiberians important today" I guess this is because the many archaeological sites found. Traditionally this peoples were suposed to be a mixture from Celts and iberians. But this is now interpreted as wrong. Celtiberians were the most… Full Answer
The Basque people of Spain are believed to be descended from the ancient Iberians. The Basque language is the only European language that is pre-Indo-European. Many Basques believe they are, therefore, remnants of the pre-Indo European population. Point of origin… Full Answer
The Iberian Peninsula gets its name from an ancient group of people that lived in the area. They were called the Iberians. The people were thought to have gotten their name from the Ebro River that is in the area.
It is a matter of debate where the design came into Nepal from another or who promoted it first. It may be indigenous to the Indian region, but ancientEgypt, the Iberians, and the Greeks used similar designs.
Iberians are the people originating from the 'Iberian Peninsula', ( the peninsular comprising Portugal and Spain). The Irish people are Celtic in origin, indigenous to the island of Ireland. However, following the defeat of the great Spanish armada assembled to… Full Answer
The Muslim group that conquered Spain was the Amazigh, better known by their names Berber (outdated) and Moor (derisive). However, Spain was inhabited by many different types of Muslims. The most popular were the Muladí, who were Iberians who converted… Full Answer