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Turdetani

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  • TURDETANI — populi Lusitani in regno Portugalliae, ad Meridiem, quorum regio Turdetania. Hos adeo opulentos fuisle refert Strabo, ut praesepibus uterentur argenteis. Turtutani Stephano sunt, qui eos una cum Turdulis confundens circa Baetim describit. Baudran …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Turdetani — The Turdetani were an ancient (pre Roman) people of the Iberian peninsula (the Roman Hispania), living in the valley of the Guadalquivir in what was to become the Roman Province of Hispania Baetica (modern Andalusia, Spain). Strabo ( Geography… …   Wikipedia

  • ТУРДЕТАНЫ —    • Turdetāni,          Τουρδητανοί, главное племя в Испании бетийской, жившее на западе от реки Сингулы (Xenil) по обоим берегам реки Бети и простиравшееся до юга Лузитании. Т. к. они были очень образованны, занимались науками, имели (по… …   Реальный словарь классических древностей

  • Hispania Baetica — was one of three Imperial Roman provincesin Hispania, (modern Iberia). Hispania Baetica was bordered to the west by Lusitania (modern Portugal), and to the northeast by Hispania Tarraconensis. Baetica was part of Al Andalus under the Moors in the …   Wikipedia

  • San Roque, Cádiz — Spanish city image skyline size = image skyline caption = native name = San Roque spanish name = San Roque nickname = demonym = sanroqueño/a city motto = Muy Noble y Muy Leal ciudad de San Roque, donde reside la de Gibraltar city motto means =… …   Wikipedia

  • Balsa (Roman town) — BALSA was a Roman coastal town in Hispania, province of Lusitania, Conventus Pacensis. The modern location is in the rural estates of Torre d Aires, Antas and Arroio, parish of Luz de Tavira, county of Tavira, district of Faro, in Algarve,… …   Wikipedia

  • Turdules — Les Turdules (appelé aussi Turdetani d après Strabon[1]) sont un peuple d Espagne, ibères (turdetani dans cette langue), dont la présence est antérieure aux incursions celtes. Ils demeuraient en Bétique et participèrent a la création de Tartessos …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Spanien [1] — Spanien (a. Geogr. u. Antiq.). Dieses Land, welches im Alterthum auch Portugal begriff, war bis zur Invasion der Römer sehr wenig bekannt, führte auch keinen gemeinschaftlichen Namen, sondern die Ostküste hieß Iberia, die Westküste Tartessis u.… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Турдетаны —         турдулы (лат. Turdetani, Turduli), иберийские племена на Ю. Испании (область Турдетания, современная Андалусия). В конце 3 начале 2 вв. до н. э. завоёваны римлянами, а область их расселения в 197 до н. э. вошла в римскую провинцию Испания …   Большая советская энциклопедия

  • Tartessos — (also Tartessus) was a harbor city and its surrounding culture on the south coast of the Iberian peninsula (in modern Andalusia, Spain), at the mouth of the Guadalquivir river. It was mentioned by Herodotus, [Herodotus, i. 163 ; iv.152.] Strabo… …   Wikipedia

  • Huelva — For other uses, see Huelva (disambiguation). This article is in the world s first Encyclopedia Naturalis Historia by Pliny the Elder [77 79 AD]: see → NH Book 3.7. Huelva   Municipality   …   Wikipedia

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