Women in Iberian culture

Sixth–first centuries bce

Authored by: Lourdes Prados Torreira

Women in Antiquity

Print publication date:  August  2016
Online publication date:  August  2016

Print ISBN: 9781138808362
eBook ISBN: 9781315621425
Adobe ISBN: 9781317219910

10.4324/9781315621425.ch71

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Abstract

The culture of ancient Iberia is the result of the evolution of the indigenous communities of the Late Bronze Age interacting with alternate Mediterranean cultures, first the Phoenicians and then the Greeks and Carthaginians. This took place between the sixth and first centuries bce, slowly disappearing with the Romanization of the Iberian peninsula. This culture was characterized by an important social and territorial hierarchy that developed primarily in the eastern and central regions of the peninsula, extending past the Pyrenees to what is now southern France (see Figure 71.1).

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