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Map of 2nd Century Roman Expansion
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Map of 2nd Century Roman Expansion

A map showing the early expansions of Rome, in the 2nd century BC.
Roman Road, Spain
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Roman Road, Spain

A section of surviving Roman road near Cirauqui in northern Spain. The curb stones can be clearly seen, a common feature of Roman roads.
Pont del Diable Aqueduct, Tarraco
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Pont del Diable Aqueduct, Tarraco

The Pont del Diable aqueduct, Tarraco (Tarragona), Spain. Also known as the Ferreres Bridge, it was built in the 1st century CE it is 217 m long and 27 m high.
Map of Ancient Georgian States (600-150 BCE)
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Map of Ancient Georgian States (600-150 BCE)

Map showing the ancient states in the western Caucasus (modern-day Georgia) from c. 600 BCE to 150 BCE.
Acropolis & Theatre of Saguntum
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Acropolis & Theatre of Saguntum

The fortified acropolis and theatre of the Iberian-Roman town of Saguntum (Sagunto), Spain. Fortified since the 5th century BCE, the walls today date to the 11th century CE with later additions. The restored theatre dates to the 1st century...
Iberian Bull Sculpture
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Iberian Bull Sculpture

Iberian-Celtic bull sculpture from Saguntum (Sagunto), Spain. 4th century BCE. (Archaeological Museum, Sagunto)
Map of the Iberian Penninsula in 125 AD
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Map of the Iberian Penninsula in 125 AD

A map showing Iberian peninsula in 125 AD including important roads, locations of legions and gold (Au) and silver (Ag) mines.
Bronze Age Helmet
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Bronze Age Helmet

Bronze Age golden helmet found in Leiro, Galicia (modern-day Spain). Museo de San Antón, A Coruña.
Iberian Falcata Sword
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Iberian Falcata Sword

An Iberian falcata sword, 399-200 BCE. (National Archeological Museum of Spain, Madrid)
City Gate, Empuries
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City Gate, Empuries

A gate in the Roman wall of Empuries, Spain. 1st century BCE. The base of the wall was made using calcareous rock while the upper portion is of Roman concrete (opus caementicium).
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